Mysterious Twist: Man Utd Eyes Thrilling Amrabat Switch if Hojlund’s Deal Seals

Mysterious Twist: Man Utd Eyes Thrilling Amrabat Switch If Hojlund's Deal Seals

Manchester United, in their relentless pursuit of squad reinforcement, have managed to secure the signing of Mason Mount. However, their insatiable desire for midfield prowess has led them to set their sights on Sofyan Amrabat. Yet, before they can achieve that, their first priority is the acquisition of Rasmus Hojlund from Atalanta, as disclosed by the esteemed journalist Fabrizio Romano.

The Red Devils, unwilling to relent in their pursuit of supremacy, have made Andre Onana their stalwart replacement for David de Gea, and Mason Mount their reinforcement in the midfield ranks.

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Rasmus Hojlund, hailed as their prized target, is seen as the key to fortifying their attacking prowess with utmost haste. It must be noted, however, that Manchester United’s earlier attempt to strengthen their ranks with Wout Weghorst in January proved to be a disappointment, leaving the board dissatisfied.

According to the venerable Fabrizio Romano, the Danish striker will not be the final addition to Manchester United’s summer transfer spree. In an intriguing twist, Sofyan Amrabat finds himself on Erik ten Hag’s wishlist, indicating the club’s intentions to bolster their ranks further.

Renowned for his captivating performances in the World Cup in Qatar, the 26-year-old Moroccan has managed to capture the attention of numerous European powerhouses including Liverpool and Barcelona, among others.

Securing Amrabat’s services will not be an easy task for Manchester United. However, their plan entails engaging in negotiations for his signature if they can successfully secure the transfer of Hojlund.

The intrigue and anticipation continue to amplify as Manchester United relentlessly pursue their mission to solidify their squad.

(Original tweet: July 23, 2023)

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