On the Chasing Green Arrows YouTube channel, journalist Dean Jones has revealed that a Premier League club has a significant interest in West Ham United’s Declan Rice. Last week, reports emerged of West Ham offering star midfielder Rice a new contract amid interest from the likes of Manchester United and Manchester City, although the deal would have seen him tied down for another eight years – something that hasn’t been accepted from the player’s side.
Clayton Dubilier & Rice is in talks to buy and merge OCS Group and Atalian Servest, which between them employ nearly 200,000 people globally, Sky News learns. The private equity firm, which last year swooped to buy the supermarket chain Morrisons, is hatching an audacious plan to buy and merge two major players in the international facilities management industry.
Persuade Ronaldo to stay, finalise his backroom team, begin the pursuit of De Jong or Rice and run the rule over the Youth Cup winners! Erik ten Hag's formidable to-do list at Man United as he starts work
Erik ten Hag has wasted no time in beginning to plan for the Man United job Incoming coach started to focus on the task at hand after Ajax's final match Dutchman has plenty on his plate following an often calamitous United season First priorities will be to finalise his own team and then decide on the players
Manchester United would show ‘a real signal of intent’ by sealing West Ham United star Declan Rice’s arrival at Old Trafford this summer, according to journalist Pete O’Rourke. The Red Devils are preparing to enter a new era, with Erik ten Hag moving into the hot seat at the end of the season, and it appears the Dutchman wants Rice to be among his first signings.
A man has been given a six month prison sentence, suspended for two years after being convicted of drug supply offences – totalling a street value of £32,500 – in the Woodland area of Totton
Liam Rice, 22, of Bourne Lane, Woodlands was voluntarily interviewed under caution following a warrant at a property on Bourne Lane on Tuesday 27 July last year, after officers received information concerning drug-related activity. Officers seized a large number of Class B drugs – equivalent to approximately £32,500 worth – along with other drug-related paraphernalia.
West Ham’s Michail Antonio refuses to be drawn on future of Chelsea and Manchester United target Declan Rice
West Ham’s Michail Antonio has remained tight-lipped regarding the possible departure of Chelsea and Manchester United target Declan Rice. Rice, 23, has just two years left on his contract and has rejected the Hammers’ offer of an eight-year extension which would boost his wages to £200,000-a-week.
The Athletic’s David Ornstein believes that West Ham will at least have star man Declan Rice for at least another season. The verdict comes just two days removed from when the news broke that the Hammers had proposed an eight-year contract worth £200k-per-weekl to the midfielder in order to stave off interest from elsewhere.
Chelsea ‘turn transfer attention to £30m-rated Ibrahim Sangare from PSV after being put off by Declan Rice fee demands’
CHELSEA have turned their attention to PSV Eindhoven star Ibrahim Sangare after being put off by West Ham's asking price for Declan Rice, reports suggest. According to the Daily Mirror, the Blues are not willing to meet the Hammers' staggering £150million demands to bring Rice back to Stamford Bridge in the summer.
Transfer guru Fabrizio Romano has denied reports suggesting that West Ham United have offered Declan Rice a whopping eight-year contract worth over £200k-per-week. The news broke yesterday that the Hammers had proposed a huge long-term deal to the midfielder in order to stave off interest from elsewhere. Last month 90min reported that Manchester United were prepared to smash their transfer record to land the midfielder while it is thought the 23-year-old would prefer a return to his boyhood club, Chelsea, who are also plotting a bid.
Declan Rice is expected to reject West Ham's latest contract offer but the club continue to insist he is not leaving in the summer transfer window, sources told ESPN. The 23-year-old has turned down multiple extensions which would make him the highest paid player in West Ham's history on £200,000-a-week.
Manchester United have been urged to go after the signature of Yves Bissouma instead of paying an over-the-odds price for Declan Rice as a Paul Pogba replacement. What’s the word? That is according to Darren Bent on talkSPORT, via Manchester Evening News, with Bent claiming that the Brighton midfielder is a “gettable” signing for United this summer.
The England midfielder has been offered a new contract that could be worth a total £80million by the Hammers which would tie him to the club until 2030, but Rice, rated by the club at £150million, is continuing to hold out West Ham will refuse to sell Declan Rice this summer after the midfielder turned down a staggering new eight-year deal worth £200,0000-a-week.
Juventus are ready to offer Manchester United and France midfielder Paul Pogba £8m a year - which is around £160,000 a week - plus a huge bonus package and signing-on fees. Pogba's contract runs out this summer and Manchester City are reportedly interested in the 29-year-old. (Mirror) external-link
Manchester United ace Fred could find the ‘perfect’ central midfield partner if incoming boss Erik ten Hag succeeds in welcoming West Ham United star Declan Rice to Old Trafford this summer, according to transfer insider Dean Jones. Ten Hag has been appointed as the Red Devils’ new manager, with him taking charge from the end of the season, and it appears the Dutchman will look to bolster the squad he inherits from interim chief Ralf Rangnick.
The Lowdown: United changes imminent The Red Devils will now miss out on a top-four finish and a place in the Champions League next season following a number of disappointing results under both former manager Ole Gunner Solskjaer and his temporary replacement Ralf Rangnick. With the arrival of new permanent boss Erik ten Hag imminent though, it appears that plenty of changes are expected to take place at Old Trafford as the Dutchman looks to build his own squad ahead of the start of the 2022/23 campaign.