Man United able to battle Chelsea FC for signing of prime 23-year-old – report

Manchester United are getting ready to battle with Chelsea FC for the signature of Declan Rice this summer time, in accordance with stories within the British media.

The Daily Mail is claiming that West Ham United star Rice is among the Pink Devils’ essential targets for the summer time switch window as they appear to bolster their midfield choices.

Nonetheless, the article claims that Manchester United’s efforts to signal the 23-year-old could also be hampered by the impression that Rice would ideally favor to return to his boyhood membership Chelsea FC.

Based on the story, West Ham United have positioned a £100m price ticket on Rice for the summer time, and the midfielder can be eager on a transfer again to Chelsea FC after having been launched by the south west London membership as a 14-year-old.

Whether or not Chelsea FC would make a transfer for Rice stays to be seen, nonetheless, because the article claims that the Blues must promote N’Golo Kante to liberate house within the coronary heart of their midfield.

The England worldwide has been a daily fixture within the West Ham United group this season, scoring one aim and making 4 assists in 22 Premier League video games. He additionally featured seven occasions for England finally summer time’s Euro 2020 match.

Talking final month, former Chelsea FC and West Ham United star Joe Cole warned Rice in opposition to a transfer to Manchester United, claiming that he wouldn’t be assured trophies by transferring to Previous Trafford.

Requested if Rice ought to be part of Manchester United, Cole replied: “I wouldn’t go if I used to be Declan Rice, no. I feel you run the danger of going there and nonetheless not successful trophies.

“I feel if Man Metropolis had been on the desk, you’d go there as a result of in recent times it ensures you trophies and I feel Declan would need that.

“However for me there’s no purpose for him to not keep at West Ham if the progress continues to be stepping into that [upward] sample, however that’s for him and the homeowners.”