Manchester United have endorsed Declan Rice’s campaign
Declan Rice, a West Ham and England star, could be purchased by Manchester United before Arsenal, according to former Hammers striker Frank McAvennie. The asking price for the player is also decreasing.
The 24-year-old has consistently performed at a high level for his club and his country and has been regarded as one of the best midfielders in the Premier League in recent seasons.
According to sources from last week, Rice will compete for the Red Devils with Chelsea and Arsenal.
Rice would be an excellent fit for the Red Devils, but McAvennie doubted that the England star would move to north London in response:
I think he’d be fantastic. He has a big enough mind to be a part of Manchester United’s revolution. I have no idea why he would have refused to join Arsenal.
He needs a job because his income is decreasing year after year. He’s not striking in the same way he used to. You will most likely lose between £20 and £30 million. It was once worth more than £100 million, but it is now worth only £70 million.
He will always move after the current campaign is over. It is currently taking place. I wouldn’t feel strange if he went abroad, but he’d be joining a very large club. He’s a young man who enjoys a good challenge.