Your Manchester United morning news for September 9 is presented here.
Here are the Saturday, September 9 headlines for Manchester United.
Rasmus Hojlund, a Manchester United striker, might get the start for Denmark against Finland on Sunday, but Kasper Hjulmand won’t keep him on the field for the entire game.
Hojlund just made his first season debut in the 3-1 loss to Arsenal last weekend, entering the game off the bench after 67 minutes. The 20-year-old had not played since Atalanta paid £72 million to get him to the club, and subsequent medical examinations had revealed a stress fracture in his back.
United did not want to push the young player, and the club and Denmark have discussed how to manage his playing time while on international duty. The striker once more came off the bench for 30 minutes on Thursday in a 4-0 victory over San Marino.
Ryan Giggs has made it clear that he would rather Sheikh Jassim lead United than Ratcliffe’s plan for a majority ownership. The former United winger said: “It’s the one who’s going to make a difference, the one who’s going to put in significant investment,” in an interview with the Webby & O’Neil YouTube channel.
“From the outside, it appears that Sheikh Jassim will invest the most money and be the only owner. We must make big investments in the player roster, the venue, and the practice facility. Your needs are complete.