Manchester United fans on Twitter have been busy discussing the Independent‘s story on Declan Rice, which suggests that the Red Devils are willing to break the bank in order to sign the West Ham man.
Rice only recently signed a new five-and-a-half year deal back in December, that saw his £3,000-a-week salary increase to £30,000, although United are prepared to dwarf that figure completely with their offer.
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The England international has shone for the Hammers this season in a midfield role, earning plaudits left, right and centre, and has been so impressive that the Irons are set to demand in excess of £50m for their academy product.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is also looking to sign Jadon Sancho, as the 20-time Premier League champions target a youthful overhaul and a new strategy in the transfer market.
Despite his blossoming reputation, loads of United fans on Twitter strangely don’t want to see the 20-year-old arrive at Old Trafford for such a huge amount of money…
— The United Stand (@UnitedStandMUFC) April 8, 2019
“Break the bank” for an average player? I’m not paying more than 35m for him.
— ?™ (@WazzaEra) April 8, 2019
If McTominay was playing for West ham am sure we we will be all over him too! Rubbish
— KPANTI (@Kpanti_mama01) April 8, 2019
This had better be a rumour. He’s not all that.
— John McNicoll (@theWishyman80) April 8, 2019
Joke of the decade if this is true. Just another Phil Jones in the making; typical overhyped English player!
— ??♂️? (@Osicapa) April 8, 2019
Considering the price, a bloody waste of money if we do?
— DesZeroXR (@DesZeroXR) April 8, 2019
No he’s awful
— Mason (@Mason98426560) April 8, 2019
Having we enough deadwood without buying more
— Nkcl (@Keith988345) April 8, 2019
Why? We must stop paying huge money for potential. We must sign established players who won’t take time to get use to the Premier League and it’s demands. #mufc
— Clyde K. Hendricks (@Clyde_K_H) April 8, 2019