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Done deal westham has successfully signed Manchester United and Manchester City long time target…



Done deal westham has successfully signed Manchester United and Manchester City long time target…

Manchester United and Manchester City are poised to make a move for West Ham skipper Declan Rice this week, according to ExWHUemployee.

Arsenal are said to be the Premier League club at the front of the queue for his signature, while Bayern Munich are also willing to pay around £85m to get a deal done.

But with the end of the season coming this week with the Europa Conference League and Champions League finals, Ex is expecting both Manchester clubs to enter the race for his signature with a stay in England seen as his preference.

Whilst both Arsenal and Munich are said to lead the way with progress in the deal neither have had a bid accepted yet and both Manchester clubs are poised to make a move,” he wrote on his Patreon (4 June).

“Manchester United wanted to get their cup final against City out the way first and Manchester City still have the “small matter” of a Champions League Final to contend with next Saturday.

“Once the game against Inter Milan has been concluded then they may well make their move too.

“It is also thought that Rice prefers to remain in England rather than play his trade abroad.”

Bidding war

There is plenty of expectation that Rice will be leaving this summer, but West Ham have set their price and there is no pressure to sell for anything less.

The best way to get to that price is if there are several interested parties and they all start bidding to drive the price up, because he is that good a player that teams will do that.

With the Europa Conference League final set for Wednesday everyone at the club should have their full focus on the game and not transfers, but straight after that the window should be the priority.

City like to work quickly, so after their final on the Saturday after (10 June) things could step up quickly, while Man United are likely to move efficiently in this window to get their business done.


Report makes Samuel Chukwueze claim as David Moyes tries to bring absolutely rapid forward to West Ham


Meanwhile, Michail Antonio has been heavily linked with an exit. And now it seems like Moyes is ready to bring something into the club that we desperately lack – blistering pace…


Samuel Chukwueze a target for West Ham claim that the Nigeria International is on the Hammers’ radar.


This exactly the kind of signing Moyes should be making as far as I’m concerned. We are a side desperately devoid of pace and as a result, it makes us fairly easy and predictable to play against.


He is one of the quickest forwards on the planet, and would add real penetration to West Ham’s play in the final third.


Chukwueze is not an orthodox centre-forward. He can play anywhere along the front-line, and is a frighteningly exciting young talent.


Aside from blistering pace, he has incredible movement and is a defender’s nightmare. He bagged 13 goals and 11 assists in 49 games for Villarreal this season (Transfermarkt). He is seemingly ideally suited to the intense speed of Premier League football.


And if West Ham sign Samuel Chukwueze in the summer transfer window, we will be a much more dangerous side going forward next season and beyond.


West Ham have only just sold Arthur Masuaku, now he could join another Premier League side


West Ham United have only just sold Arthur Masuaku, now he reportedly could join another Premier League side.


According to a report from Turkish outlet Takvim, Arthur Masuaku is a transfer target for Sheffield United this summer, having only just joined Besiktas on a permanent £2 million deal from West Ham.


Manchester United remain in the race to sign West Ham and England midfielder Declan Rice this summer, according to a fresh claim.


Is Rice on the move this summer?

The future of the 24-year-old is a big talking point currently, with his exit from the Hammers almost certain to be sealed before the start of next season. He has been an excellent servant for the east Londoners, making 244 appearances in total, but he is now ready for a move to a bigger, more successful club.


Rice looks most likely to remain in the Premier League moving forward, even though there is rumoured interest from Bayern Munich, and United are one of several top-flight who have been linked with a making a move for him, although Arsenal have allegedly agreed on personal terms with the player.


The Red Devils could be in need of midfield reinforcements moving forward, considering Casemiro and Christian Eriksen are both 31 years of age, while Fred is also 30 and could be on the move this summer. It looks as though Rice could remain a firm option moving forward, following a new update regarding the current situation.


Could Rice join Man Utd?

According to Football Insider, United “are emerging as realistic contenders in the race to sign” the Englishman this summer, even though Arsenal “remain in pole position” to snap him up. The Reds are believed to be “waiting in the wings” to swoop and hijack Rice’s signature, should the Gunners fail to match West Ham’s asking price, and have seemingly made an approach by registering their interest over a possible deal.


The Hammers reportedly want £100m for their most prized asset, and with Arsenal valuing him at between £80-85m, it “keeps the door open for United.”


Rice could be a magnificent addition at Old Trafford if they managed to beat others to his signing, with the midfielder having the potential to be one of Europe’s best players in his position in the coming years, outperforming all but three United players in the Premier League in a struggling West Ham side, as per WhoScored.


He is already an undisputed key man for England, having won 41 caps and been a key starter at both Euro 2020 and the 2022 World Cup, and at 24, he should only improve, too.


The physical dominance that the £60,000-a-week ace could bring to United’s midfield has the potential to take them up a level, especially since age isn’t on Casemiro and Eriksen’s side, as mentioned. He has been hailed as “superb” by Barcelona legend Xavi after his performances at Euro 2020, and an average of 2.1 tackles per game in the Premier League this season, as well as four goals and two assists, shows the all-round game that he possesses.

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