Will Declan Rice (24) of West Ham United transfer?
The British media’Daily Mail’ said on the 7th (Korean time), “Last summer, Manchester United’s bid offer of 100 million pounds (about 150.9 billion won) was rejected, but West Ham joined Arsenal with 120 million pounds (about 181.1 billion won). You can let go,” he said.
He added, “At the time, West Ham did not allow Rice to transfer. But now the situation has changed. It is known that they have changed their position on the sale because the contract is less than 18 months away.”
Also, “West Ham will send Rice to Arsenal if he receives £ 120 million and an additional amount. He is a target for manager Mikel Arteta,” he said. According to the media, Arsenal plans to sign Rice in the transfer market this summer.
Rice, born in England, plays as a defensive midfielder for West Ham. He has played for West Ham ever since his youth team days in 2014.
His basic defense is solid enough to have been a central defender in his early professional days, and he has recently opened his eyes to attack. He is at the top of the league in terms of game coordination and passing. The dominant opinion is that he has already become a complete midfielder at a young age.
He has 1 goal and 3 assists in 27 games this season. He has appeared in all 21 Premier League matches as a starter. He is regarded as one of the best midfielders in the world. 토토사이트
The possibility of his transfer is getting higher and higher. Because he has a dream of a big stage. Previously, Rice said, “I want to play in the UEFA Champions League. I’ve been saying that for the past two or three years. I’ve been consistently good at my club and I want to keep pushing. I want to play in the biggest game.” did.
Arsenal aren’t the only ones interested in Rice. Manchester United is also expected to jump into the scouting battle once again. Same goes for Chelsea. Manager David Moyes said in a recent interview: “Rice is definitely a talent that will become a top player. If he leaves West Ham, he could be the highest-paid transfer in England’s history.”