Check Out “Manchester United will not bid more than £60million for Atalanta attacker Rasmus Hojlund.” United’s head coach Erik ten Hag is looking to bolster his attacking options in front of the upcoming season, and the 20-year-old is the top player on United’s want list.

Old Trafford officials advised Manchester United against making an offer for Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane, despite the club’s desire to sign Kane.

John Murtough, who is in charge of football operations, has had conversations with Atalanta about the possible transfer of Hojlund, but the Serie A club is demanding a greater transfer fee.

According to the Manchester Evening News, it is reported that Murtough was dissatisfied with the way in which the Italian media covered the negotiations. These outlets are believed to have sensationalized a number of elements in their reporting.

United are anxious for a striker, and the club’s executives are optimistic that they will be able to sign one before the transfer season ends; but, they acknowledge that the fee is a stumbling barrier.

Manchester United Will Not Bid More Than £60million For Atalanta Attacker Rasmus Hojlund
Manchester United Will Not Bid More Than £60million For Atalanta Attacker Rasmus Hojlund

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According to rumors, Al-Nassr has submitted a £34.4 million [€40 million] offer to sign Sadio Mane.

The Senegal star, who joined from Liverpool last summer but hasn’t made an impression, is being sold by Bayern Munich with pleasure.

The 31-year-old was acquired by Bayern from the Reds for a transfer cost that might reach £35 million, and the Bundesliga champions are now hoping to recoup their investment this summer.

Enter Al-Nassr, who are willing to pay Bayern anything they want to send Mane to Saudi Arabia where he would join Cristiano Ronaldo’s squad.

According to journalist Ben Jacobs, a £34.4 million cost has reportedly been agreed upon between the teams.

Mane now has the option to accept or reject the offer, and Al-Nassr has asked for his response by the end of July.