Manchester United have been heavily linked with the Dane over the last month.
With the likes of Harry Kane and Victor Osimhen expected to cost too much for United this summer, their focus has turned firmly to Hojlund.
101 covered reports last week, which claimed that Manchester United are preparing their opening bid for Rasmus Hojlund after personal terms have been ‘100 per cent’ agreed.
However, French powerhouse PSG have since been credited with an interest in the Atalanta striker.
This could potentially be a major blow for United but Fabrizio Romano has claimed on Monday that Manchester United are currently Hojlund’s priority.
Romano explained: “As I revealed ten days ago, PSG are also interested in Rasmus Hojlund. They are having conversations but they haven’t sent a bid – they are very well informed on his situation, and this is why Manchester United want to act fast and should make an opening bid for the striker soon. United are ahead in the race because they have an agreement with Hojlund on personal terms, he’s said yes to their contract proposal.
“Details on the bid will arrive once the bid will be submitted; for sure, Man United want to send the proposal soon and they want to accelerate as PSG are still interested and speaking to the player’s camp.
“The priority for Hojlund is very clear: Manchester United. PSG would only bid if United will be slow in negotiations with Atalanta. At the moment, it’s between these two club and no other one. “United are the favourites, but they know they need to be fast to close this deal.”