Man United set to sign a £70m rated English midfielder
By Jaysam | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 2069 views
Manchester United could probably be on the verge to sign 21 years old English midfielder this summer, following a shameful defeat to Chelsea last night.
The club have been trying to solve the defensive errors, that always do end up putting David De Gea into trouble since last two years, but even with the summer signing of the most expensive defender in the European world of football, no reasonable solution have taken place.
This have reportedly pushed Manchester United board to add up to the defensive line of the team this summer.
And West Ham United's defensive midfielder Declan Rice, who have also been played as a central back most often at West Ham, is reportedly on the Red Devil's summer transfer target.
21 years old Declan Rice is an English professional footballer, who plays as a defensive midfielder or central back for premier league club West Ham United and the England national team.
Declan Rice signed his first professional contract with West Ham United on the 16 of December, 2015.
And his performance with the West Ham United have caught the eyes of top European clubs, with Manchester United and Chelsea all lining up for the England international.
However, West Ham United have valued their asset at around £70m, should Chelsea or Manchester United come knocking to sign the 21 years old promising player.
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