Man United fans FINALLY get their hands on Rasmus Hojlund's shirt

Manchester United fans FINALLY get their hands on £75m summer signing Rasmus Hojlund’s shirt… after a month delay due to a shortage of Danish ‘øs’

  • Manchester United could not sell new signing Hojlund’s shirt for over a month 
  • Shirts have now been seen outside Old Trafford following a delivery of ‘øs’ 
  • Listen to the latest episode of Mail Sport’s podcast It’s All Kicking Off 

Manchester United supporters have finally been able to get their hands on Rasmus Hojlund’s shirt after a month’s delay to a shortage of the letter ‘ø’.

The £75million Danish international signed for Man United in August after completing a move from Atlanta.

Mail Sport revealed earlier last week that fans had been left frustrated when attempting to purchase shirts with the big-money signing’s name on the back.

Fans had been informed earlier this month that the club were still awaiting the deliver of the ‘unique ø’ to the club’s megastore.

Supporters had claimed on September 8 that the club had promised them an update the following Wednesday.

Manchester United fans were spotted with Ramus Hojlund shirts following a month’s wait

The £75million summer signing was handed his Premier League home debut against Brighton

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The Red Devils had countered the claim by insisting the ‘øs’ had arrived on September 7, adding the shirts were now on sale. 

Shirts with Hojlund’s name and No.11 shirt have now been spotted outside Old Trafford ahead of their first match since the international break.

The sight of the Hojlund shirts was well timed, as it coincided with the Danish striker’s home debut for the club against Brighton.

The 20-year-old appeared to have made an instant impact for the Red Devils by netting at Old Trafford.

Hojlund appeared to have equalised in the first half after United fell behind to Danny Welbeck’s opener, only to see his effort ruled out by VAR.

The Dane is making his first start following a substitute appearance against Arsenal at the start of the month. 


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