Revealed: Benjamin Sesko Release Clause emerges As Man United Plots ‘Surprise’ summer Move

Manchester United is still interested in signing Benjamin Sesko, a striker for RB Leipzig, as they are looking to bolster Rasmus Højlund’s attack during the forthcoming summer transfer window.

His future is taking a surprising turn. With eleven goals so far this season, the 20-year-old has carried over his impressive goal-scoring form from his time in Austria.

At United, Rasmus Højlund’s form has been outstanding since he joined from Atalanta in the summer. The striker has made tremendous strides at United in several key areas of his game.


United presently have 12 goals scored by Rasmus Højlund, 5 of which were scored in the Uefa Champions League.

Benjamin Sesko has emerged as a clear target for the Red Devils, who were interested in signing the young prodigy before he elected to join RB Leipzig from Salzburg, and the new Board has decided to acquire a striker to assist Rasmus Højlund.

Benjamin Sesko’s Release Clause at RB Leipzig

According to fresh information, a release provision in his contract is set to go into effect within the next two months. Give Me Sport reports that if interested parties were to approach Leipzig with an offer of £43 million—the rumored value of his buyout clause—the club would be helpless to reject the deal.

United are cognizant of the fact that a cheap striker option might be crucial in freeing up capital to address other aspects of the team.

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