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Bayern Munich keeping tabs on Rasmus Hojlund amid striker search

Bayern Munich have added Atalanta sensation Rasmus Hojlund to their list of potential striker targets for the summer, according to BILD (h/t IMia San Mia).

Hojlund has burst onto the scene following his impressive breakout campaign this season, netting seven goals and three assists in Serie A.

The Danish prodigy also saw his stock soar after last month’s international break, where he scored a hat-trick against Finland, followed by a double against Kazakhstan.

Hojlund, who has a contract until 2027, is expected to part ways with La Dea this summer as he is on the lookout for a new agent with the aim of moving to a big club.

Several European giants, including Manchester United, Chelsea and AC Milan, have registered their interest in Hojlund, who could cost around €70 million.

Bayern are also keeping an eye on the 20-year-old, and they are planning to discuss his name with manager Thomas Tuchel.

The price tag should not be a problem as the Bavarians are looking to splash the cash for a new striker in the summer.

Bayern have also lined up Harry Kane, Randal Kolo Muani and Victor Osimhen as potential targets in the summer transfer window.

Kane’s future at Tottenham Hotspur has been subject to speculation, with his current deal expiring in 2024.

The German champions have reportedly contacted the English striker’s entourage but have learned that he is willing to stay in the Premier League.

Kolo Muani dreams of a move to Allianz Arena but Eintracht Frankfurt are steadfast in keeping him beyond the summer.

Man United, Liverpool and Paris Saint-Germain are all in the race, and Frankfurt are demanding more than €100m for the French forward.

As things stand, Osimhen remains the priority target, with the Bavarians growing confident over his transfer in the summer.

The Napoli marksman could leave Diego Maradona Stadium this summer, having attracted a host of Europe’s top clubs.

While Man United, Chelsea and PSG are in the running, Bayern are understandably in pole position to sign the Nigerian centre-forward.

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