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Man United to break transfer record for Rice


Man United to break transfer record for Rice

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The 23-year-old Declan Rice has been a vital component in West Ham’s resurgence and runs in Europe, making Man United keen suitors.

After several false dawns since Alex Ferguson’s retirement from coaching, Man United are reportedly looking to make a splash with Erik ten Hag.

Declan Rice has emerged as one of Europe’s premier defensive midfielders and is a crucial piece in a potential rebuild.

According to reports, this off-season might be when West Ham and Rice’s representatives look to cash in.


Manchester United are ready to break their transfer record and make him a marquee signing.

The arrival of Erik Tan Hag will surely bring some changes to the Man United squad.

And he will be signing a CDM for the upcoming season, and Rice is on the top of the list.

According to reports, West Ham made an offer to extend Rice’s contract last year.

But ultimately, the Hammers would be unable to compete with reasonable wage offers elsewhere.

For Rice, United appear willing to break their transfer record set in 2016 for Paul Pogba.

A midfielder has never really found a set position or provided a return on sizeable investment.

They would face stiff competition from Manchester City and Chelsea, who are also keen on the 23-year-old England international.


– Man United are preparing a deal to sign Leeds United and England midfielder Kalvin Phillips, per the Manchester Evening News.

– According to Marca, Brazil is willing to offer Manchester City manager Josep Guardiola a substantial salary to follow Tite as the country’s national team manager.

– The Daily Mail reports that Everton boss Frank Lampard has the confidence of club owner Farhad Moshiri and the board, despite the Toffees’ relegation battle.

– The Athletic has reported RB Leipzig, and Croatia defender Josko Gvardiol has emerged as a target for Tottenham .

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