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The 20-year-old currently has a release clause worth €65 million (£55m) which expires on June 30. Leipzig are still hopeful of keeping him with a new contract.

All parties involved want a decision made before the start of Euro 2024.

Sesko to United speculation could be agent-driven
United had their sights on bringing a new striker in January. Stuttgart’s Serhou Guirassy was very close to joining them, but the club’s tight financial situation scuppered the deal.

The club should have funds to spend in the next transfer window, but the focus for now could be on recouping funds from player sales before the financial year ends on June 30.

With this in mind, we don’t believe United will make an effort to land Sesko this month. The club will have a lower budget without Champions League football and could spend more cautiously.

A new centre-back should be the top priority with Raphael Varane’s expected exit. A defensive midfielder may also need to be prioritised with Casemiro’s huge decline over the past 12 months.

If United were to sign a striker, they could prefer an experienced ace to act as Hojlund’s deputy.

The Red Devils would not want to hamper the development of Hojlund with limited minutes. Sesko, on the other hand, may not be tempted to join without an assured starting role.

Hence, the speculation could be agent-driven in our opinion. His representative is probably looking to speed up a transfer from Leipzig with Arsenal and Chelsea also in the race.

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