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Ten Hag is running out of options to strengthen the team

By Harry Smith

Ten Hag is running out of options to strengthen the team
Ten Hag is running out of options to strengthen the team
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The pre-season has already started, the Premier League is only a month away and Manchester United has only signed one player, this certainly worries all the fans who were hoping to have at least one new player and be able to see him in this tour that the club is doing. 

However, this has not been the case, Manchester United has only signed Mason Mount for whom they paid 60 million pounds, the midfielder arrived after a complicated transfer for the directors, who battled with Chelsea so that they could release the Englishman, because for a few weeks they had already rejected three offers, until they finally accepted the transfer. 

At the moment United are in talks for two players who have been the coach's targets throughout the summer, the first as we already know is the case of André Onana, the Inter Milan goalkeeper is in negotiations with the club and the next 24-48 hours could be said to be key to his signing.

The other player the club has been in talks with is Danish striker Rasmus Hojlund; Erik Ten Hag has been on the lookout for this signing for some time now, his idea of strengthening the forward line is something the manager is looking to resolve as soon as possible, however, a change in the situation with the striker could be keeping him away from United.

Update on Rasmus Hojlund deal

The Atalanta striker has been in talks with the club and has reportedly shown an interest in joining the team, Erik Ten Hag has been looking for him since the beginning of the summer, with the idea of giving Rashford a partner; when everything seemed to go well in the talks and it was rumoured that there would be an exchange of players from both teams, Atalanta have decided to set a new price for the striker and are now asking £85 million and are not interested in any exchange; this could certainly break the club's hopes, because it is a very high price, which the Red Devils could not afford to pay.

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