Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United are fighting for English midfielder Declan Rice.
Manchester United are the latest in a string of big clubs to join the race for the England international, who is certain to leave West Ham and sign for a new club next summer.
In West Ham they are aware that Rice wants to leave and that they can reach the highest price, which the British media claim will reach up to 120 million euros.
So far, Arsenal has the biggest chances, which has been the most involved in negotiations with Rice’s club, but the problem is about 20 million euros, which they cannot agree on.
The Daily Mail writes that Arsenal do not want to lose money and are currently working to reduce the price for Rice.
However, this amount is not a problem for Manchester United and Chelsea, but Rice wants to play in the Champions League next season.
Chelsea failed to qualify and there is little chance of Rice ending up at Stamford Bridge, while Erik Ten Hag is working to strengthen a midfield with Mason Mount also in the works.
Mount and Rice are childhood friends, which is another reason why Ten Hag wants them both.