Club Brugge is bidding on Danish striker Rasmus Hojlund, but competition is increasing

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Club Brugge mean business for Rasmus Hojlund. It is negotiating with Sturm Graz about the 19-year-old Danish striker.

Club has been working for weeks on the file of Hojlund, who is undergoing a stormy development at Sturm Graz. It could already warm him up for a transfer to Bruges – he already announced in the press that he was honored – but the Austrians want butter with the fish. They want to exceed 10 million euros, especially now that clubs from the major competitions – genre Sampdoria – are also getting involved.

They want to act quickly with the blue-black before the competition gets even bigger, so they’ve started bidding on the Dane, starting at around 8.5 million. It remains to be seen how far they can go, but for Hojlund they want to break their transfer record (9 million for Sowah) anyway. After all, such a type of striker – he is 1 meter 91, but also agile and fast – is a necessity and, moreover, he may be able to earn even more later on.

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