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New Manchester United transfer move for €50m striker might not help Rasmus Hojlund.

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The €50 million striker’s transition to Manchester United may not be of assistance to Rasmus Hojlund.Manchester United conferred with Benjamin Sesko’s agent during the first summer transfer window of Erik ten Hag.It appears inevitable that Manchester United will require an additional force in their attack this summer, and they may already have the ideal candidate to do so.

A retrospective examination of Erik ten Hag’s inaugural summer as the club’s manager reveals the underlying clues. With one week until the inaugural match of the season, Manchester United desired to acquire a minimum of one additional attacking addition and preferably two.

 

Ultimately, they obtained precisely one. Antony was acquired from Ajax for a staggering £86 million, with the Dutch club attempting to negotiate a higher price as United’s desperation grew following two consecutive losses.United made contact with Brian Brobbey, who was on loan under Ten Hag during his final season at Ajax; however, Brobbey decided to remain with RB Leipzig permanently. Additionally, United considered his replacement.Before a transfer, John Murtough met with the agent of former RB Salzburg striker Benjamin Sesko to discuss the possibility of a deal. Due to skepticism regarding his suitability for the position, he ultimately consented to a one-year deferred contract with Leipzig.

 

His 18 goals in 41 appearances during the previous season were not particularly remarkable when compared to Erling Haaland’s 28 in 22 during the latter half of the same season with the same club, but they were nonetheless quite respectable. His true test would be whether or not he joined Leipzig for the current season; however, his introduction to life there has not been entirely conclusive.

 

Despite battling for consistent playing time behind the more seasoned Yussuf Poulsen and the in-form Lois Openda at the tender age of 20, he has still accumulated a respectable number of goals.Sesko has contributed to Leipzig’s seven goals in 765 minutes of play this season, or one goal every 109 minutes on average. That far surpasses any individual wearing a United garment. Rasmus Hojlund has scored once every 249 minutes, while Casemiro has scored once every 238 minutes.

 

“I believe it was preferable to simply come here,” Sesko explained to Transfermarkt regarding his choice to join Leipzig instead of United. “It was crucial for me to visit a location that played a similar brand of football.” “Since I was already well-informed, I was spared the repetition of an entire learning process.”Despite the fact that the Bundesliga club remains optimistic about Sesko and that he may play a more significant role if they acquire Openda this summer, his current situation is equally intriguing.

 

This week, German media outlets reported that a release clause for €50 million would become effective in the summer; this could make him the ideal acquisition for United, who are seeking to replace Anthony Martial.

 

As a club like United could acquire Sesko for a relatively low price, he would undoubtedly be an attractive addition; however, his lack of experience and the repercussions it would have on Rasmus Hojlund’s future would be problems.

 

They are both approximately the same age and possibly even at a comparable level of skill, so a situation similar to that of Joshua Zirkzee could result in a problem that is twice as difficult as it is to divide by half.

It is practically impossible to anticipate both Sesko and Hojlund to make consistent starts; consequently, the other would inevitably be denied playing time, which would impede their development at the detriment of the other.

 

 

 

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