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Rasmus Hojlund breaks silence with 'honest' message as Man United given transfer wakeup call

Rasmus Hojlund has issued a heartfelt message following Denmark's exit from Euro 2024. The Danes suffered a 2-0 defeat to Germany on Saturday night, with the Manchester United striker unable to break his goal drought during his debut European championship.

Denmark's hopes were dented when an early goal was controversially ruled out for a marginal offside. The disappointment for the Danish side intensified due to VAR intervention moments later when Joachim Andersen was penalised for a handball in the box, leading to a penalty early into the second half.

Kai Havertz fired the spot kick past Kasper Schmeichel to put Germany ahead, and shortly thereafter, Jamal Musiala added insult to injury, scoring his third of the tournament with exceptional skill. Hojlund, who started all four matches for Denmark against Slovenia, England, Serbia, and Germany, was hooked in each game without finding the net.

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Kasper Hjulmand faced challenges with his team's offensive efforts, as they only managed to score twice in four matches. Despite anticipation from the Red Devils talisman, he struggled to capitalise on a few chances against Germany.

After the match at Westfalenstadion in Dortmund, Hojlund took to Instagram late on Saturday night to reflect on his experience at his first major tournament. He wrote: "To be honest, I didn't really know what to expect from my first Euros.

"Supporting Denmark during a tournament was always one of the highlights as a Dane. Playing for Denmark was indescribable. I was so eager and wanted so badly to make our country proud. I