Who are Rasmus Hojlund's twin brothers Emil and Oscar? | The Sun

RASMUS HOJLUND is one of the most promising young stars in football – and the talent runs in the family tree.

The Danish icon signed for Manchester United in the summer which cost the Red Devils a whopping £72million.

And despite United's inconsistent form, Hojlund has impressed in front of goal which includes a Champions League double against Galatasaray.

However, Rasmus is not the only Hojlund making noise across the industry as his twin brothers Emil and Oscar have begun to flourish.

SunSport takes a deep dive into who they are and what team they play for.

Who are Rasmus Hojlund's twin brothers Emil and Oscar?

Born on January 4, 2005, Emil and Oscar are part of the FC Copenhagen youth setups – the former club of their big brother Rasmus.

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The pair have been progressing through the ranks since the age of 13 and have recently received contract extensions till 2024.

They play in different positions – Emil is a striker and Oscar plays in midfield.

Emil earned his first run out in senior football on March 10, 2022 when he came on as a late substitute in a 4-4 Conference League draw with PSV.

While Oscar made his debut in a Superliga July contest for a 2-1 win over Lyngby.

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Both Hojlund's have represented Denmark on the international stage at under-17 and under-18 level.

Will Emil and Oscar Hojlund play against their brother Rasmus?

There is a possible scenario that all three Hojlund's could be on the pitch at the same time when Manchester United face Copenhagen in the Champions League.

The Red Devils host Copenhagen Tuesday, October 24 before travelling to Denmark for the reverse fixture on Wednesday, November 8.

United are currently rock bottom of Group A having lost both of their opening games.

Whereas Copenhagen's away draw with Galatasaray sees them occupy third spot.

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