England legend, Gary Lineker has come out to say that he isn’t sure Rasmus Hojlund can help Erik ten Hag’s team. He recently had his say while speaking to the press, and fans have been reacting.
According to him, even if MUFC spent a lot of money on the 20-year-old Danish striker this summer, he is not convinced he is going to make the difference for the club next season.
Lineker added that he is looking forward to seeing how Onana changes the way Erik ten Hag’s side build up from the back.”
His words, “United have spent a lot of money on 20-year-old Danish striker Rasmus Hojlund from Atalanta and I can’t say I have seen a lot of him. Perhaps they see him more as one for the long term but I’m not convinced he’s going to make the difference for them,”
“I’m really looking forward to seeing Manchester United’s new goalkeeper Andre Onana. The Cameroonian, from Inter Milan, is excellent with the ball at his feet and I’m interested to see how that changes the way Erik ten Hag’s side build up from the back.”
“Mason Mount is another good signing. He’s an underrated player because a lot of what he does goes under the radar — he presses so well and works hard. He dipped at Chelsea last year but so did everyone at Stamford Bridge. He needs this fresh start.”
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