Hojlund is joint-top scorer in the Euro 2024 qualifiers so far, with six strikes, and Kasper Hjulmand’s team also face Finland in a key fixture at Sunday teatime.
Following that, we hope to see Rasmus make his Old Trafford bow in our next Premier League outing, against Brighton & Hove Albion on Saturday 16 September.
The centre-forward has reiterated his long-standing desire to join his boyhood idols, in an interview carried in Tipsbladet.
“There was a lot of interest but, for me, Manchester United has always been the first priority,” he said. “The interest and many of these rumours happened early in the period when I made my breakthrough in the national team. Since then, there has been a nice dialogue and then something happens when the window opens, when it really gets going.
“I would rather keep it to myself [about the other interested clubs] but an interest arises and then the clubs start negotiating.”