🔀 Declan Rice Drops Major Hint Regarding Arsenal Transfer Amidst Reported Man City Offer
Arsenal transfer rumors: Declan Rice’s social media behavior has triggered yet another transfer frenzy among Arsenal and Manchester City supporters.
Declan Rice’s future has been in the forefront of the summer transfer window’s first week. Arsenal appeared to be the frontrunner to capture the West Ham captain, but have already had two bids rejected.
Manchester City has accelerated their interest in the midfielder due to Arsenal’s unwillingness to accept West Ham’s £100 million estimate. the triple winners will make an official offer for the 24-year-old in the coming days.
Rice has been Mikel Arteta’s priority signing for more than six months and is anticipated to play a significant role in the north Londoners’ lineup next season if he signs. Granit Xhaka and Thomas Partey are both expected to leave Arsenal this summer, which means the Gunners will need to bolster their midfield.
Arsenal may miss out on the England international due to City’s entry into the race. The midfielder is open to any move, according to transfer guru Fabrizio Romano, leaving the door open for both teams.
Amid all the speculation about his future, Rice has dropped another hint on social media. West Ham fans were quick to notice modifications to the midfielder’s Twitter account on Thursday, presumably indicating his wish to leave his boyhood club.
Rice’s new Twitter cover image is a graphic incorporating numerous photographs of him throughout his West Ham tenure. He has appeared in nearly 200 Premier League games for the Hammers since making his debut at the end of the 2016/17 season.
Rice expressed his wish to compete in the UEFA Champions League earlier this season after discussing the premier competition with his international teammates. “I want to play in the Champions League 100 percent,” he stated. “I’ve been repeating it for the previous two or three years.
“I’ve been playing consistently well for my club and I feel like I want to keep pushing. I see my friends here who are playing Champions League and for big trophies.
“You only get one career and at the end, you want to look back at what you’ve won and the biggest games you’ve played in.”