Christian Eriksen has hailed Rasmus Hojlund, a teammate from Denmark and claims he will come strong for Manchester United.
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With the Danish striker still expected to complete a medical, his fellow national teammate Christian Eriksen has heaped praises on his performance.
Eriksen speaks about Hojlund
Eriksen responded when asked what United supporters may anticipate from Hojlund as reported by Daily Mail, he said, “What's he like? He's a strong No 9.
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"He's developed a lot in the last year from when I first saw him with the national team so, yeah, he's a very good player.”
“I suppose we don't get enough media attention in Denmark that's why, so people outside Denmark don't know enough.
“He's a nice guy, he's a good player. Like I said, he's developed, turning into just a No 9, which he's played for the national team.
“I have to be honest I haven't seen that many games for Atalanta, but I know how they play and he fitted in well there so, yeah, he's a good player.”
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Eriksen also asserted that while on international duty last month, he spoke with Hojlund about United and life in Manchester.
Still speaking, he said, “I spoke to him when we were with the national team last time. Of course, I've said a lot of good stuff and also said some bad stuff!' smiled Eriksen. "But in the end, it's what's going to happen.”