PSG ‘are in talks’ to hijack Man United’s Rasmus Hojlund move and ‘will meet Atalanta’s £86m valuation’ to replace Kylian Mbappe

Paris Saint-Germain may get help signing a No. 9 striker this summer. The capital club is competing for Rasmus Højlund from Atalanta BC.

Manchester United also wants the talented Dane. L’Equipe’s Loïc Tanzi writes that the Red Devils doubt they can match Atalanta’s transfer cost demands for Højlund.

Tanzi says PSG has discussed figures with Höjlund’s agent. Additionally, a long-term contract can be reached easily. The 20-year-old is worth €60 million to Ligue 1 giants.

Gasperini addressed Højlund’s future. He said the club wants a lot for their young striker. Thus, the Premier League club may face issues.

Gasperini said Sky Sports News, “I don’t know whether he’ll stay or leave—but I hope the club will value Højlund around €80, 90 or 100 million.” “Rasmus is one of, if not the best, emerging strikers in Europe.”

Manchester United wanted Højlund quickly to avoid a PSG hijack. It appears the worst has happened.

Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag seeks meeting with Glazer family amid possible takeover

Sir Jim Ratcliffe and Sheikh Jassim have offered Man Utd, but the Glazers have not decided.

Erik ten Hag says Manchester United’s pre-season US visit is a “good opportunity” to meet Glazer family members.

Despite approaches from the Ineos Group and Sheikh Jassim Bin Hamad Al Thani, the club’s owners have not decided on the eight-month-old strategic review.

Since the six Glazer siblings on United’s board can’t agree, the ownership predicament may last into the season.

Bryan, Edward, and Avram, who live in the US, attended the June FA Cup final at Wembley. Since April 2019, United co-chairman Joel Glazer has not attended a game.

“That’s also a club decision,” Ten Hag remarked of a takeover. I see them more often, so this is an excellent chance to communicate.

“I can advise and recommend, but the club decides.”

United play Arsenal in New Jersey on Saturday before travelling to San Diego for a week-long training camp. United play Real Madrid in Houston before ending their tour against Borussia Dortmund in Las Vegas.

Despite concerns over United’s transfer budget, Mason Mount and Andre Onana cost £107million, but Ten Hag wants a new striker.

United may sell senior players before the transfer window ends on September 1 to fund a new No.9.

Al-Nassr is close to signing Alex Telles, and Saudi clubs are interested in Eric Bailly.

West Ham want Harry Maguire, Nottingham Forest want Anthony Elanga and Dean Henderson, and Fred may depart if Mount arrives.

“You ask the wrong person,” said Ten Hag. I’m aware of FFP restrictions and don’t like finance. United does everything to hit that target.”