MANCHESTER UNITED have agreed terms with Rasmus Hojlund and are sorting the paperwork to complete the deal.

The striker is set to arrive for a fee of £64m with £8 in extra add-ons.

Elsewhere, Mason Greenwood is desperate to stay at Manchester United – and has told pals: ‘I’ve learned so much.’

The suspended striker, 21, is said to be thrilled after Adidas backed his return following “positive” talks with the club.

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  • By Kostas Lianos

    Harry Maguire compromise

    Manchester United want £40million for Harry Maguire but will not stand in his way if he wants to move.

    West Ham bid £20m for Maguire, which was rejected by United who want to recoup as much of the £80m they splashed on the former Leicester star in 2019.

    According to Sky Sports, the Red Devils are willing to offer teams a discount if they get near to the offer they want.

    The centre-back may want a new challenge after being stripped of the captaincy.

  • By Kostas Lianos

    Green for go

    Mason Greenwood is desperate to stay at Manchester United and has told pals: "I’ve learned so much" – writes SunSport's Paul Sims.

    Greenwood has been suspended since January 2022 amid his arrest for attempted rape, assault and controlling and coercive behaviour.

    But since all the charges were dropped, the striker is desperate to rebuild his life and wants to resume his United career.

    A source said: “He’s being encouraged to speak publicly and to have his voice heard. But, privately, he has told those close to him that he has learned a huge amount.

    “He became a father for the first time earlier this month and realises he has to grow up. He is grateful to Adidas — to have a sponsor like that in his corner means the world.”

  • By Alex Smith

    Hojlund within a week?

    Man Utd could complete the signing of Rasmus Hojlund next week with the club preparing documents and getting the paperwork in order today.

    The striker is set to arrive for a fee of £64m with £8 in extra add-ons.

    Hojlund is reportedly ready to pen a deal until 2028 with the option of an additional year.

    He has spoke to manager Erik ten Hag three times already.

  • By Alex Smith

    Maguire chase

    West Ham manager David Moyes wants to add Harry Maguire to his squad.

    The Hammers saw a £20million bid rejected earlier this week.

    It has been reported that West Ham are unlikely to go back in with another offer as they are not willing to pay more for him given is sizeable wages.

    Moyes is also a big fan of Scott McTominay but no bid has been made yet.

  • By James Orr

    Jonny Evans future latest

    Jonny Evans has made such an impression on Manchester United’s coaching team that he could stay on beyond the summer.

    Evans, 35, initially signed a short-term deal with his first club to cover friendlies with Lyon and Wrexham.

    Erik Ten Hag asked him to stay for the rest of their pre-season American tour as United “needed the numbers in training.”

    But insiders say Evans – released by Leicester when his contract expired at the end of last season – is in such good shape he could be part of the squad for the new campaign.

    United could lose Harry Maguire and Eric Bailly in the current window, and with the ongoing takeover saga muddying the waters over the transfer kitty, Ten Hag is wary of being left short.

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  • By Henry Tomlinson

    Bishop 'to leave'

    Nathan Bishop is reportedly set to seal a permanent move away from Manchester United.

    The young goalkeeper rose to prominence after his challenge against Wrexham's Paul Mullin left the striker with a punctured lung.

    However, according to the Daily Star he could now leave the club this summer.

  • By Henry Tomlinson

    Three games left in pre-season

    Manchester United have just three games left of their pre-season schedule.

    • Borussia Dorrmund – July 31, Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas
    • Lens – August 5, Old Trafford
    • Athletic Bilbao – August 6, Aviva Stadium, Dublin

    The Red Devils will start their Premier League campaign against Wolves on August 14.

    McTominay may stay?

    Scott McTominay's future at Manchester United may be extended following injury to Kobbie Mainoo.

    The youngster's injury is set to force him to the sidelines for the first part of the season, which could mean United keep hold of McTominay as cover.

    The Scottish international is a target for West Ham, with United asking for around £45million to sell him.

    United line up with Hojlund

    Man Utd could line up three different ways with Hojlund leading their line.

    There's the mostly likely fit first, then two separate teams.

    • By Jon Boon

      Onana could have joined Spurs or Chelsea

      Man Utd new boy Andre Onana could have joined London rivals Tottenham or Chelsea.

      His agent revealed conversations about a move from Inter: “It all started a few months ago.

      “Around April many people enquired about the player. Tottenham asked for information, Chelsea had a very strong interest. There were meetings in London and Chelsea had also met with Inter, but the figure of Ten Hag was key.

      “We are looking forward to facing great coaches like [Pep] Guardiola and trying to win titles with Manchester United. We have a great desire.”

    • By Jon Boon

      Ten Hag orders dinner

      Man Utd staff were reportedly forced to cancel a trip to watch baseball.

      That’s after Erik ten Hag summoned his players and backroom members to a last-minute team dinner.

      The Red Devils are currently on a pre-season tour of the United States.

      And the Mirror claims some staff members planned on capping their time by watching the San Diego Padres baseball team in action on Friday night.

      However, the evening was cancelled when Ten Hag called an impromptu team dinner, which required all club staff to attend.

      The Dutchman has been insisting that everyone on tour eats meals together, including those behind the scenes.

    • By Jon Boon

      What United are getting

      Here's exactly why Man Utd are paying Atalanta £72million for Rasmus Hojlund.

      His stats in Serie A show an impressive record for a 20-year-old.

    • By Jon Boon

      Man Utd considered Balogun move

      According to reports, Man Utd weighed up a move for Folarin Balogun.

      The Independent claim that the Red Devils were interested in the Arsenal man, after becoming priced out of moves for Victor Osimhen and Harry Kane.

      However, it appears they have opted to sign Rasmus Hojlund instead.

      The Denmark star will sign for the Red Devils in a whopping £72million deal.

    • By Jon Boon

      Maguire compromise

      Man Utd want £40million for Harry Maguire – but will not stand in his way if he wants to move.

      West Ham bid £20million for the England star, which was rejected by the Red Devils who want to recoup as much of the £80million they spent on the former Leicester man.

      According to Sky Sports, they are will to offer teams a discount if they get near to the offer they want.

      Maguire may want a new challenge after being stripped of the captaincy.

    • By Jon Boon

      Frank on Hojlund

      Thomas Frank has questioned the £60million price tag Man Utd are paying for Rasmus Hojlund.

      The Brentford manager said: “I think its fantastic for Rasmus. I haven’t coached him personally but I know people who have and he’s been with the national team.

      "I hope he will do very well at Manchester United. It’s a big price tag."

    • By Jon Boon

      Saha prediction

      Man Utd legend Louis Saha has made a brutal prediction as to which Premier League manager will be sacked first.

      Saha said that new Spurs boss Ange Postecoglou "is the first name that comes to mind" when he was asked who would be the first Premier League manager to go.

      Postecoglou signed a four-year-deal with Spurs in June and faces a huge task in attempting to guide the Lilywhites back to Europe.

    • By Jon Boon

      Hojlund agreed

      Man Utd have reportedly reached an agreement to sign Atalanta striker Rasmus Hojlund for £60million.

      Erik ten Hag has made no secret of his desire to land a top new goalscorer this summer.

      And Fabrizio Romano claims a deal to land Hojlund is now close after United struck a £60m fee with his Italian club Atalanta.

    • By Jon Boon

      Tuanzebe linked with Sheffield Utd

      Former Man Utd star Axel Tuanzebe has been linked with a move to Sheffield United.

      However, boss Paul Heckinbottom was keeping his cards close to his chest regarding to sealing a deal for the defender.

      "Of course we're looking, he's a free transfer," Heckingbottom said according to the Sheffield Star. "We know every free transfer on the planet."

      Asked if he was having a medical, the gaffer said: “First I know”. Pressed further if a medical or agreement was close, he revealed: "No."

    • By Jon Boon

      Hojlund's absence

      Rasmus Hojlund was an unused substitute in a preseason friendly win for Atalanta at Bournemouth.

      The Italians won 3-1 at the Cherries.

      But, what was most notable, was the absence of the Denmark striker.

      Hojlund is reportedly imminently set for a move to Man Utd.

    • By Jon Boon

      Pereira reveals Arsenal snub

      Andreas Pereira has revealed Sir Alex Ferguson convinced him to snubArsenal as a youngster.

      Speaking on The American Dream Podcast with Tim Ream, Pereira said: "It was really special. I was speaking with my dad and my head was on Arsenal, I wanted to go to Arsenal.

      "I was a fan and I liked the way they played football. It was at the time that Wilshere was getting his first games and I got a shirt from Wilshere and I loved this shirt.

      "It came out that United were interested and I was always a fan of Cristiano Ronaldo, and my Dad said ok let's go and see how it is over there. In my head, I was going to visit and my head was in Arsenal, but Sir Alex Ferguson came and said it was nice to meet me, and I was in shock.

      "But it wasn't just me, it was my Father, I never see him in shock with anyone and he didn't know what to do or to say hi. He said to me 'I always have a place for a Brazilian in my team, I saw you in the Nike Cup.' And when he said that I was like 'I'm staying here, I don't care about Arsenal, I love Ronaldo, I love Rooney, I love everyone."

    • By Henry Tomlinson

      Adidas statement

      Adidas have released a statement in which the Man United sponsor states it has not spoken to the club about any of the players.

      It reads: "After inaccurate and speculative reporting within the media it’s important for us to clarify that Adidas has had no discussions with Manchester United regarding any member of their playing squad."

    • By Henry Tomlinson

      All smiles for Onana and Casemiro

      Credit: Instagram
    • By Henry Tomlinson

      Bruno Fernandes statement

      Manchester United star Bruno Fernandes called out eight players who have a “point to prove”, and that included the new club captain pointing the finger at himself.

      Asked if there is an expectation for summer arrival Mason Mount to stand up and deliver following his £60million switch to Old Trafford, Fernandes said: “He has a point to prove, like everyone else.

      “I have a point to prove. So does Licha [Lisandro Martinez], Casemiro, Rapha [Varane], Andre [Onana], Harry [Maguire], Victor [Lindelof].

      “It’s not about Mason. He doesn’t have to prove anything more than anyone else. He’s at a big club and he knows the expectations on him will be big.”

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    • By Henry Tomlinson

      Blind hails 'complete' Ten Hag

      Former Manchester United defender Daley Blind has hailed manager Erik ten Hag and believes that he has already done a "great" job at the club.

      He told Sky Sports: "I learned so much from him, it is really clear what he wants.

      "Everyday he wants the best out of you and he wants to teach you.

      "He is a winner and he brings this winning mentality to the team and I think his tactical view of the game is one of his biggest strengths.

      "So I think he is quite a complete manager in my eyes, he has done a great job already at Manchester United."

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    • By Henry Tomlinson

      Pellistri to leave on loan

      Facundo Pellistri is set to leave the club on loan this summer but his representative has suggested he would prefer a switch to Boca Juniors.

      His representative told Mundo Boca Radio: "Manchester United want to loan him out to Europe.

      "But if Boca make an offer I will do everything in my power to make that happen because Boca can get the best out of him."

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