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Rasmus Hojlund will reportedly have “sleepless nights” at Manchester United, according to Alan Shearer.

Rasmus Hojlund, a forward for Manchester United, scored five goals in the Champions League, although he has yet to score in the Premier League.

Due to his lack of goals in the top level, Alan Shearer, the all-time leading goalscorer in the Premier League, thinks Rasmus Hojlund of Manchester United will be having “sleepless nights” right now.

Hojlund moved from Atalanta to Old Trafford in the summer for £72 million. The 20-year-old has performed admirably in the Champions League, tallying five goals thus far.

But the Premier League has proven to be a difficult nut to crack. As we approach the international break, Hojlund has yet to score domestically despite putting up a lot of effort and finding the ideal spots.

Speaking on Hojlund’s current form, Shearer acknowledged that the Dane’s current situation made him feel sorry for himself. He said, “I kind of feel bad for him,” on the podcast The Rest is Football.

“Considering the money paid for him and the strain he is under, he shouldn’t be in the situation he is in. He ought to be someone who comes in, goes out, fills in occasionally, and is used as a stand-in.

“I do feel a little sorry for him because they ought to have a major player in there. There certainly appears to be a goal scorer there. Because of what is occurring in front of goal in the Premier League, he will be experiencing insomnia.

Sadly, Hojlund may now need to miss a significant amount of time due to an apparent hamstring injury he suffered during the win over Luton. The Danish FA announced on Monday that Hojlund and Christian Eriksen had left their national team rosters.

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