Manchester United could let Rasmus Hojlund leave for Napoli this summer, if he’s part of a deal for Victor Osimhen to go the other way.

That’s according to agent Andrea D’Amico, who says a swap operation involving the two players is ‘feasible’ at this moment in time.

Osimhen is expected to leave Napoli this summer, with all of the top clubs in Europe potentially interested in a striker who has established himself as one of the best strikers in the world in Naples over the last few years.

Manchester United are unlikely to be in the mix after they elected to spend big on striker Rasmus Hojlund last summer.

He endured something of a difficult campaign at Old Trafford thanks to injuries but still managed 16 goals and two assists in 42 games and showed numerous flashes of talent throughout the season that hinted at him justifying his price tag in the coming years.

That’s not stopped the rumour mill from churning and a recent report suggested a potential swap deal between Napoli and Manchester United involving Osimhen and Hojlund.

D’Amico believes that could happen too, and certainly feels it’s not as farfetched as some might believe.

“The future of Osimhen? It’s difficult to say now, we’re in May and it’s not a small deal so we’ll have to wait,” he said.

“He speaks English, the Premier League is the most important championship in the world. He doesn’t go to Barcelona and Real Madrid and if he doesn’t go to PSG or Bayern either, he will only be left with the Premier League.

“Osimhen-Hojlund exchange with United? It’s feasible, Manchester United respects the characteristics where Osimhen could play, in short, it’s a plausible scenario.”

D’Amico doesn’t represent either player, and is a frequent voice in the Italian media.