£100m-rated Premier League star interested in transfer to Manchester United

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West Ham star Declan Rice is reportedly interested in a transfer to Manchester United.

However, it seems the England international would have an asking price of around £100million and is currently looking likely to spend at least one more season at West Ham, according to the Manchester Evening News.

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The Red Devils would surely benefit from a quality signing like Rice in the middle of the park, with the talented youngster looking to have the potential to become one of the finest in Europe in his position.

Still, it’s also arguably not an urgent priority for United at this moment in time, as they have a very capable defensive midfield pairing of Fred and Scott McTominay, both of whom improved a great deal last season.

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Declan Rice celebrates England’s victory over Croatia

It will be interesting to see if Rice’s price tag puts off other suitors, but one imagines it’s only a matter of time before he makes a move to a bigger club.

Man Utd would undoubtedly do well to snap him up at some point, and their fans will surely be pleased to hear he’s interested in moving to Old Trafford.

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2 Comments

  1. More BS about Rice leaving West Ham. He has expressed no desire to leave whatsoever – and certainly not to a numpty outfit like MU (which would actually be a sideways move, not a move upwards). Should he move in a few years time, it will be to Man City or Liverpool (who both have capable managers from whom Declan can learn), or (godhelpus) Chelsea (simply because they’re in London and have money – other than that, they’re classless). At any of those clubs, Declan could expect to be competing for the Premier or CL most seasons. At MU (under OGS), he’d never win either.

  2. Fernandes cost United less than 50 million and West Ham want 100mil for Rice. Need I say more?

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