With Andre Onana in the building, Manchester United have shifted their attention to signing a number 9 in the ongoing transfer.


Hojlund is their undisputed number one target and Manchester United have already agreed personal terms on a contract with the forward.



Atalanta are ready to sell him this summer for the right offer and want somewhere around €70m from his departure.


And according to Italian broadcaster Sportitalia, the Bergamo club want a quick resolution to the speculation over his future.



Atalanta do not want the negotiations to drag on for too long as they want coach Gian Piero Gasperini to be sure about his squad soon.


The Serie A club are keen to sell Hojlund and bring in a replacement for him as soon as possible.



Manchester United are prepared to table an offer of around €53m to €55m with suggestions that they could offer a bit more as a guaranteed fee.


Atalanta want a fixed fee of €60m and another €8m to €10m in add-ons from the Dane’s departure.