Man United are on high alert after the West Ham midfielder rejected his third contract

Manchester United have been calm since the arrival of centre-back Raphael Varane, but they could lose at the last minute to West Ham midfielder, Declan Rice.

The summer transfer window is fast approaching and the most ridiculous period of the ‘ridiculous season’ begins. One transfer story that has gone cold is Declan Rice’s possible departure from East London.

Since the £100m price tag was charged to the midfielder, the teams that were deeply interested in him have backed off and opened up their interest. However, things can heat up again and the rice may still be moved.

The player reportedly refused to renew the third contract and this is what happened Manchester United, as well as others who are stalking long-term, are on high alert.

Declan Rice has long been a target for Premier League clubs including Manchester United, Chelsea and Manchester City. And they got a big boost after Rice rejected a new deal.

West Ham star Declan Rice rejected a third offer of his contract with the club. The England star, 22, has been linked with a move away from the London Stadium but no offers have been made for the midfielder, who is worth around £100m.


On top of that, the player is said to be not happy with the club’s ridiculous £100m valuation of him – a total meant to fend off potential suitors.

Coming largely in the Hammers’ favour, Rice is still under contract with the club for the next three years and also believes he is in no hurry to move away from the London Stadium as next summer is said to be the perfect time to part ways.

in a race of rice

Declan rice He is spoiled for choice and has the chance to join Chelsea, Manchester City or Manchester United. The Citizens are looking at him as a long-term alternative to aging Fernandinho, while United finally want to fill the gap in front of the defenders.

Chelsea only wanted his boy back but saw other areas, such as the striker’s location, as a more pressing issue that had to be resolved before the window closed – Spending nearly £100m for Romelu Lukaku.

West Ham concludes the second round of the tournament as the team reached the top of the Premier League standings after two wins from two matches they played and scored the most goals so far.

The side looks like they are fitting together really well and Rice appears to be very happy, but it is possible that she can wait for the right moment to force her out of East London.

Expired Manchester United deals

Join the club [3 players]

Jadon Sancho [Dortmund]
Tom Heaton [Aston Villa]
Raphael Varane [Real Madrid]

leave the club [23 players]

Sergio Romero [released]
Joel Pereira [released]
Jacob Carne [released]
Estin Hughes [released]
Arnau Boyjmal [released]
Max Taylor [released]
Aliou Traore [released]
Nathan Bishop [Mansfield] lend
Johan Guadagno [Copenhagen]
Mark Helm [Burnley]
Race Devine [St Johnstone] lend
Tahith Chung [Birmingham] lend
will hunt [Stockport] lend
Charlie McCann [Rangers B]
Deshaun Bernard [Hull City] lend
Facundo Blistere [Deportivo Alaves] lend
Axel Tuanzebe [Aston Villa] lend
Ethan Galbraith [Doncaster Rovers] lend
Ethan Laird [Swansea City) Loan
Dylan Levitt [Dundee United] lend
Andreas Pereira [Flamengo] lend
James Garner [Nott’m Forest] lend
Brandon Williams [Norwich City] lend

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