Dwight Yorke instructs Rasmus Hojlund on how to be successful at Manchester United: “The club desperately need”

Rasmus Hojlund, the club’s new center forward, is expected to make his home debut on Saturday against Brighton and Hove Albion.

Rasmus Hojlund, a new striker for Manchester United, has been advised that if he wants to secure a starting position at Old Trafford, he must be making runs and holding the ball up.

The Danish striker joined the Reds a week before the start of the season, but was unable to start right away because of an injury he acquired while playing for Atalanta in preseason. Fortunately, Hojlund has recovered and, before the break for the international break, he played a cameo against Arsenal for 30 minutes.

Although he didn’t score, United supporters were impressed by his work ethic and the problems he caused the Arsenal defense. He also appeared to be a greater threat than Anthony Martial, who he replaced. This Saturday, when the 20-year-old is generally anticipated to start against Brighton and Hove Albion, may be his biggest test yet.

Dwight Yorke, a former striker, was questioned by MEN Sport about what Hojlund needs to do to claim the position going ahead. “I think it’s close to game time,” he said.

“You need to give young players a chance when you make significant financial investments in them. United recently suffered a loss, thus the management will be eager to bring in fresh talent as quickly as possible.

Linking plays is not difficult to execute, said Yorke. The fundamental building block of today’s game is linking play. Since I don’t know the child well and haven’t had enough time to spend with him to form an opinion, I believe it is too early to do so. Let’s see what he brings to United, I’ll wait.

“The team urgently needs a No. 9 to make those runs and hold the ball up, but I’ll reserve judgment for the time being. I hope he can step in and take care of the matter.

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