“I walk alongside Man United’
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been told which West Ham United players are comfortably at their side, with one observer suggesting Manchester United could do much worse than try to sign the duo.
And despite their summer training at Euro 2020, Rice and Sosek are going from strength to strength in the engine room.
However, their strong start to the season will face the final test on Sunday when Manchester United are the guests.
United have done well so far this season, but getting the best of Rice and Suchek could play a key role at the London Stadium. our weekly Premier League Predictions The feature, however, expects a classic.
In fact, The interest of the Red Devils in rice is well documented. With a valuation of at least £80m, Rice will be the obvious promotion in midfield to the likes of Fred and Nemanja Matic.
As such, critic Trevor Sinclair insists that for all their summer investments, the midfield remains United’s weak point.
He said: “I said it last season, we were talking about this exact match, and I said Declan Rice and Sosek would be in the Manchester United squad.” TalkSPORT.
“I don’t think two or three holding midfielders will go into West Ham.
“I think they are probably as good as you will be in the Premier League at the moment.
“Soucek brings his unique strength to the running, he is a real boss in both boxes. In the meantime, Rice is calm and able to run the game in the back and she is absolutely fantastic.
“The look and the chemistry all over the field, everyone seems to be enjoying playing with Moyes.”
Solskjaer ready to launch Lingard
Meanwhile, Solskjaer has hinted that Jesse Lingard could get a rare start for Manchester United when he travels to West Ham.
The attacking midfielder spent the second half of last season on loan at the London Stadium. He was an instant success, scoring nine goals in just 16 matches.
But opportunities are limited so far since his return. The midfielder cleaned up his notebook with a sloppy back pass that awarded Young Boys a midweek Champions League winner.
“With Jesse, no player likes to make mistakes, but it’s clearly an integral part of the game,” Solskjaer said.
“We will learn from him, and he will learn from him. We are human beings, every player makes mistakes. He will pick himself up and be ready to go on Sunday against West Ham.”