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Man Utd fans believe they've stolen lead on Chelsea to sign Declan Rice after sanctions
Manchester United fans are confident that the chaos surrounding Chelsea at the moment means they'll have an easier chance of landing Declan Rice in the summer.The West Ham star has blossomed into one of Europe's finest midfielders and his future has been the subject of intense speculation in recent months.Both United and Chelsea are expected to make mega-money moves for the 23-year-old this summer, and the Blues were initially thought to have had the edge given Rice's history with the club - as well as his bromance with Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount.But in light of the sanctions imposed on Roman Abramovich, and the financial uncertainty the situation has caused for the west London club, United fans now think they can win the race for Rice's signature."Looks like Declan Rice will be joining Man United in the summer over Chelsea now there [sic] in turmoil," one United tweeted."Thanks to Chelsea there's a clear run for Declan Rice," another said."Declan Rice to #ManUnited back on I see," a third wrote.Chelsea have been issued with a temporary transfer ban, though it isn't clear whether it will be lifted before the transfer window opens in June.Where will Declan Rice be playing football next season? Let us know in the comments section below...A lot will depend on whether the sale of the club can be pushed through in the coming days, even though Abramovich has been banned from doing any business in the UK after his assets were frozen.A number of prospective owners were preparing to lodge bids for the clubs but will now have to deal with the British government directly, rather than Abramovich.United meanwhile will be desperate to add some much needed steel, and star-power, to their midfield, especially with Paul Pogba's
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West Ham ‘make huge £50m move for Leeds star Kalvin Phillips’ to partner Declan Rice
West Ham are set to make a sensational swoop for Kalvin Phillips, who they see as the ideal partner for Declan Rice.The Hammers intend for the Leeds maestro to team up with Rice, in a move that would shock both sets of fans.They set to make a record-breaking £50 million bid to team up Kalvin Phillips with his England teammate Declan Rice, according to The Sun.It would be an offer from entirely out the blue - and one that, if it came off, would certainly appease a large majority of West Ham fans.An offer has already been sent, according to reporters, but David Moyes side are prepared to wait until the summer to get their man.Phillips has been out of action for Leeds, currently recovering from a hamstring operation. But this has not deterred West Ham from making such an incredible move.Moyes is a huge fan of the 26-year-old and sees him as a great signing to push up the table into that top-four spot.If the move materialises, the Irons will have one of the best central midfield pairings in the Premier League.Marcelo Bielsa, who developed Phillips to the player he is today with thorough fitness training, will not want to lose one of his key assets.But while West Ham are in the ascendancy, Leeds are in a relegation battle, their loss to Newcastle last week exacerbating the situation further.Rice has been heavily linked with moves away from the London Stadium, with Chelsea being considered the frontrunners before - while more recently, Manchester United have been on his tail.Can you see this transfer coming off? Tell us in the comments section.Gary Neville recently lauded Rice, writing on Linkedin that his previous perceptions of the player was wrong.He said: Don’t go too early.
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