Video: Fan urges Declan Rice to “come to United” as he’s spotted with Chelsea star

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Declan Rice has been asked to come to Manchester United by fans who spotted him with what appears to be Chelsea star Mason Mount.

The West Ham midfielder is one of the biggest talents in the Premier League and has been in superb form this season to help the Hammers challenge for a top four place.

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Watch below as Rice is heckled to “come to United” by what we can only assume is a Red Devils supporter, though Rice appears to be hanging out with his fellow England international and friend Mason Mount…

Rice clearly has what it takes to play for United or Chelsea, with both teams looking in need of reinforcements in that area of the pitch.

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The 22-year-old would be an ideal long-term replacement for Nemanja Matic at Old Trafford, while doubts remain over both Jorginho and Mateo Kovacic at Stamford Bridge.

Here’s how some fans responded to the video…

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  1. They have been best mates since they were 7. Of course they are going to hang out together. Get a grip

  2. A word to Declan… We all know the story of a move to Man Utd is nonsense – started because you innocently asked a couple of players, whilst on international duty, about life at their club. I’m sure you’ve asked other players similar questions, but only this case gets reported… But that, of course, raises a couple of questions. Why did Maguire and Shaw feel the need to go back to Man Utd and report a private conversation? Who at MU thought it was a good idea to report the story to the press, obviously with the intention of stirring trouble and unsettling you (given that Wallace and Gromit wouldn’t have had the brains to do that themselves)? And would you really want to play for a club that conducts its business in such a pathetic, underhand way (though given their part in the Super League fiasco, that’s hardly a surprise, is it?)? If you do ever leave West Ham (and I hope that either never happens, or is years away), I hope it will at least be to a club with genuine integrity (which counts out the so-called ‘big six’ in this country entirely, doesn’t it?).

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