Manchester United are currently enjoying a successful transfer window, having signed the likes of English playmaker Jodan Sancho and France center-back Raphael Varane. Apart from these above-mentioned talents, the Old Trafford club also signed a prolific goalkeeper who will provide competition for De Gea and Henderson.
However, according to the latest reports, Manchester United are currently keeping tabs on the future of Declan Rice. Rice is one of the most talented and prolific young midfielders in England.
He was able to make it to Gareth Southgate's starting lineup from a team like West Ham. Rice's impressive performance has attracted big teams for his signature, and English pundits are advising him to move for silverwares.
Rice is a big team player, he can track down opponents and also has the ability to shield his defense. The playmaker is also wanted by Chelsea, but United are keen on a defensive midfielder before the transfer deadline.
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