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Rasmus Hojlund set to change agent amid growing interest

Atalanta forward Rasmus Hojlund has become one of the hottest sensations in Europe following his rise to prominence this season.

Since moving to Bergamo from Austrian outfit Sturm Graz last summer, the Danish forward has been a revelation in Serie A in his debut season, netting seven goals and two assists.

Most of them have come since the turn of the year, as Hojlund has been in imperious form over the last few months.

He further dominated the headlines with his heroics in the ongoing international break.

He netted a hat-trick for Denmark against Finland before scoring a double against Kazakhstan in the European Championship qualifiers.

Hojlund’s stock continues to grow with each passing week, and he has been heavily tipped to leave La Dea this summer.

Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano has delivered an important update on Hojlund’s future which may serve as a transfer boost for all the suitors.

Romano claims that the Danish forward will appoint a new agent soon with a view to signing for a top club in the summer.

Premier League trio Manchester United, Arsenal and Newcastle United have sounded out Atalanta for the prodigious forward.

Man United are prioritising a new striker in the summer, and they have been linked with high-profile names such as Victor Osimhen, Tammy Abraham and Goncalo Ramos.

United hold a firm interest in Hojlund, who had previously revealed that the Red Devils were his favourite club in childhood.

Juventus and AC Milan are also keen on adding Hojlund to their ranks.

The Bianconeri have made a name for themselves by snapping up the best players in the country. They are looking to live up to the reputation by luring Hojlund to Turin.

Milan have identified the Danish forward as one of the potential targets for the summer as a replacement for Divock Origi and Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who could be on their way out of the San Siro.

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