Revealing the reason why Manchester United. The giant club of the Premier League, was unable to sell Rasmus Hojlund’s shirt even though he had joined the team more than a month ago.
Manchester United ‘s club shop has been unable to sell shirts bearing the ยูฟ่าเบท name of new striker Rasmus Hojlund joined the club for £75m. For more than a month after The move was made because the Danish letter ‘ø’ was not in stock, with fans who were annoyed by this in front of the club saying: ‘Incompetent’ after being informed that the Old Trafford megastore was awaiting the arrival of the required letters to spell out the correct surname of the player they had just signed.
Hoijlund joined from Atalanta at the beginning of August. But it wasn’t until last Friday that fans trying to buy the 20-year-old’s shirt were told they were awaiting the arrival of the distinctive letter ‘O’. And promised to update on Wednesday. While some may dismiss this issue as a minor issue, one Manchester United fan said. It is an indicator that club officials are unable to do things. How can you correctly use the ‘most basic’? The embarrassing situation comes on the heels of what has been a terrible month for the Premier League giants. A league that has problems both on and off the field.
“It is incompetent,” said a fan was unable to buy a shirt with the 20-year-old’s name on the back. AQs a birthday present for a relative. “Big signings in the summer. And you still can’t buy a shirt with his name on it. Because no one is considering going for the Danish ‘ø’.” Manchester United confirmed that despite saying so on Friday, ‘ø’ actually arrived on Thursday, adding that now His shirt is finally available.
The former Hoijlunds coach also recently admitted he was surprised by the star’s £72 million transfer. And revealed that his younger brother is even better than him. Christian Mouroux, who played a key role in the Red Devils striker’s development, told the Daily Mail. His two younger brothers Twins Emil and Oscar Both of whom are now at FC Copenhagen have more obvious talent. “Rasmus doesn’t really stand out.” “There are many other players his age who are as good as him.” “His talent you see now is amazing . I’m not going to lie, I’m really surprised that Erasmus has improved this much.”
FC Copenhagen allowed Hoijlund to depart for just £1.5 million in January 2022, but just 18 months later, he is now ready to lead the forward line for one of the biggest clubs. In a world like Manchester United, Mouroux, who is the sports director of Horsholm Usserod Idratsklop, a Danish amateur team that Hojlund played for until The 12-year-old said: “He played on an older team because of his body, which is so big. So he developed in that way. But there was never a moment when we thought he would become a huge star. To have a team sign him now is really surprising.”