Blog Rasmus Hojlund Why Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag pushed to sign 72m Atalanta striker

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There is obvious risk involved in tasking a relatively raw 20-year-old with chief responsibility for Manchester United’s goalscoring.

As Christian Eriksen had circled in private talks with Rasmus Hojlund, the forward now enters a whole new sphere of attention, expectation, pressure and noise as the club’s new signing.

Nothing he has experienced in football so far could prime him for this stage.

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Not only is he the focal point for a team – one of the very biggest in the world – that has ambitions of becoming title challengers again, but Hojlund is also an expensive one. The agreement to recruit him from Atalanta has cost United an initial £64m, plus £8m in add-ons.

But the club believe Erik ten Hag’s coaching and big-picture view can render that fee a steal in the long term.

The manager has referenced his “United project” in interviews with Sky Sports News and Hojlund fits the mould of meeting a need now while building for tomorrow.

It is not by accident that he represents a shift from the late-career forwards United have tended to sign in recent history.

While it is inarguable that Harry Kane would have made the club instantaneously stronger, more solid and serious, no light could be seen in trying to negotiate with Daniel Levy.

The package – including personal terms – to land the Tottenham striker was also prohibitive.

United couldn’t waste time on the sure thing in uncertain circumstances and so plumped for an attacker Ten Hag is sure about.

Hojlund is young but the manager has perceived a surety and depth in personality that marks him out as an achiever.

Like Casemiro, Lisandro Martinez and Andre Onana specifically, Ten Hag feels his latest recruit has the brand of large character required to cut it at United.

Hojlund also excels at making runs in behind, pressing well, being positionally savvy and physically imposing.

He is quite direct and aggressive in the final third, which the club have lacked.

His speed, smarts in creating space for himself and aerial advantage will offer United a different dynamic.

The club believe that as Hojlund has already played in and adjusted to three different leagues – Denmark, Austria and Italy – at a young age, he enjoys the challenge of mastering new surroundings.

United are prepared to be patient with their developing striker but, as Eriksen warned him, the rest of the watching world may not be as tolerant.

Hojlund backs himself though, which is a pivotal factor in him being a Ten Hag signing.