FANS have slammed “incompetent” Manchester United for being unable to sell Rasmus Hojlund shirts for over a month.
That’s because the Red Devils struggled to get a special Danish letter in stock.
Hojlund, 21, joined United from Atalanta for £72million last month.
Fitness issues saw him only make his debut in last weekend’s 3-1 defeat to Arsenal.
And big things are expected of United’s latest striker, with the Red Devils hoping to finally launch a title bid.
However, fans were unable to get hold of Hojlund’s personalised shirt from the club store until Thursday.
And the Mail claims it was due to United not having the Danish ‘ø’ in stock.
An order of the special letters arrived this week, allowing Hojlund shirts to finally go on sale more than a month after he signed.
And fans eager to get their hands on a replica have slammed United’s “incompetence.”
One told the Mail Online: “It’s incompetence. The big summer signing and you still can’t get a shirt with his name on it because nobody saw fit to get the Danish ‘ø’ delivered.
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“It’s indicative of a business that is a shambles even in the most basic ways.”
It certainly doesn’t come cheap to pick up a customised Hojlund shirt on United’s official club store.
A regular ‘stadium’ jersey, or replica, will set fans back £95.
And an ‘authentic’ top, the same one worn by the players, costs £125.
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