Serie A side Atalanta value striker Rasmus Højlund at a fee of €60 million and it is expected to be difficult for them to keep him at the club.
After the striker’s interview to a Danish outlet yesterday in which he spoke about his intentions of upgrading to a club of the Red Devils’ level, links involving United and the 20-year-old have been covered by some Italian papers today.
Corriere della Sera state that the Dane’s valuation has now grown to €60 million at Atalanta, who will likely struggle to keep him in Bergamo this summer.
Elsewhere, La Gazzetta dello Sport (via TuttoAtalanta) have reported that Atalanta would have to accept a €60 million fee and they would consider it to be ‘disrespectful’ to reject a fee like that. The outlet doesn’t expect United to face too many problems to pay that amount either.
At the same time, the rumours have been covered by La Stampa as well, who seem convinced that the striker will end up at Old Trafford and he is desgined to join the side.
Kaustubh Pandey | GIFN