Manchester United have agreed a fee for the transfer of Rasmus Højlund to Manchester United.
This is according to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano – further information from multiple reports claims that a fee of around £65 million plus a further £8.5m in add-ons has been agreed between the two clubs.
It is further claimed that the two clubs will finalise all the paperwork in the next 24 hours.
It has been reported on multiple occasions that Højlund has already agreed personal terms with the club, although the signing is not yet complete.
To finalise his move to the club, Højlund must pass his medical, formally agree and sign on terms, and the club must successfully acquire a work VISA for the player – although, none of this is expected to be a problem.
United were not the only club in for Højlund, with French club PSG offering the striker an even higher wage, but the Danish frontman rejected PSG’s approach in favour of United, where he “dreams” of playing.
The 20-year-old has previously admitted that he is a United fan, and with Ten Hag keen to bring in players who care about playing for the club beyond simply just a paycheck, this transfer will no doubt improve his squad.
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