Rasmus Hojlund is not the only footballer in the family, with his two brothers Emil Hojlund and Oscar Hojlund also talented players.
This is why it could be important to keep an eye on his brothers… just in case the impeccable footballing gene is hereditary. They’re already showing promise. So, with this let’s meet the Hojlund brothers.
How good are Hojlund’s brothers?
Both are showing real promise in FC Copenhagen’s youth setups.
The twin brothers fine performances earned them both a contract extension back in 2022, keeping them at the club until at least the end of 2024.
The pair have been in the KB/FCK set-up since they were 13 years old, but are two completely different players.
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Who is Emil Hojlund?
Emil Hojlund is a footballer for FC Copenhagen and is the brother of Manchester United star – Rasmus Hojlund.
|Name:||Emil Winther Hojlund|
How good is Emil Hojlund?
Emil does have all the attributes to become a top player.
Emil is a mix of a target man and a deep-lying forward, who likes to link up play. He’s a bit of a unit for his age who is comfortable in the physical duels and knows how to use his body well to gain an advantage.
He often likes to play with his back to goal and drop into midfield to link up play. He’s a real asset at this due to his strength, meaning he rarely loses the ball.
He was described by the club as a ‘complete striker’, which is hopefully similar to Rasmus.
According to Football Talent Scout, he has the potential to make it big, with them predicting he’ll be a first-team starter in a European League.
Who is Oscar Hojlund?
Oscar Hojlund is a footballer for FC Copenhagen and is the brother of Manchester United star – Rasmus Hojlund.
|Name:||Oscar Winther Hojlund|
How good is Oscar Hojlund?
Oscar is the one that is most different to his brothers.
Described by the club as an ‘energetic and dynamic midfielder who can run from end to end’, Oscar is a more creative, intelligent player who operates in the centre of midfield.
He also has the ability to defend as well as attack, which is essential for any good centre-mid in the modern-day era of football.
What a talented family. Bet their parents are made up!