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Manchester United to take extreme measures to sign Declan Rice, surprises all

By Liam Styles

Manchester United to take extreme measures to sign Declan Rice, surprises all

Declan Rice is one of the most sought-after players in the transfer market

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Manchester United is going through a crisis of stability due to the sale of the club that has not yet been decided, as the Glazer family has not yet decided who will be the new owner of the team. Everything seems to indicate that Sheikh Jassim Al Thani would take the lead, but nothing has been confirmed yet. That is why Erik ten Hag, the coach of the Red Devils, would be willing to take extreme measures to get new signings.

 

Although it is not yet known who will be the new owner of Manchester United, it is certain that the budgetary uncertainty generated by the sale of the club has caused the Red Devils to lose the race for at least a couple of players who were a priority for Erik ten Hag, such as Kim Min Jae and Harry Kane.

That is why, given the great interest that the Dutch manager has in reinforcing the midfield of his team, he has set his eyes on Declan Rice, the West Ham midfielder who has aroused the interest of several teams in the Premier League, so Manchester United already has in mind a strategy that would allow them to acquire Rice and would be of great interest to the West Ham board.

The proposal that the Manchester United board is planning would be to offer Harry Maguire, who is valued at 20 million euros and Scott McTominay who is worth around 25 million, and would also include an amount of around 55 million euros, making an offer that would be valued at 100 million, which is very close to what West Ham is asking for their player.

 

Maguire, the key factor in the signing of Declan Rice

Although Manchester United's offer would be of great interest to West Ham and Declan Rice himself would be willing to play at Old Trafford, the success of the negotiation could go through Harry Maguire, as the central defender is under contract with the Red Devils and would not be willing to leave the team, which could end Erik ten Hag's hopes of signing Declan Rice.


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