Declan Rice has been offered a contract worth £200,000 per week by Manchester City.
Manchester City are preparing to offer Declan Rice a contract worth £200,000 per week, breaking their transfer record in the process.
The 24-year-old has been and continues to be closely connected with Arsenal.
City, on the other hand, is now fully in the hunt for him and would like to add him to their team. Earlier today, David Ornstein stated that the club is ready to propose.
Pep Guardiola, on the other hand, is eager to add to his midfield options with a move for Rice, and is willing to pay a hefty cost to West Ham.
Manchester City is ready to offer Declan Rice a deal for £200,000 per week.
The Mirror reported this afternoon that City are set to outbid Arsenal for Rice.
Pep sees Rice as a suitable replacement for the departed Ilkay Gundogan and is willing to pay a high price for the Irons skipper.
According to the Mirror, City is willing to spend £100 million for Rice. That is the same sum the club spent Aston Villa to sign Jack Grealish in 2021.
City is also said to have no trouble agreeing on personal terms with Rice.
The club is reportedly prepared to offer Rice a contract worth £200,000 per week.
That would put him in the same league as John Stones, Phil Foden, and Rodri, though he would be significantly lower than Kevin De Bruyne, Erling Haaland, and Jack Grealish.
Declan Rice must select Manchester City over Arsenal as the club prepares to make a contract offer.
Arsenal would very certainly be able to match this £200,000-per-week contract offer.
Rice, a 42-cap England international, should pick City over Arsenal this summer.
He’d undoubtedly start every week at the Emirates Stadium.
But he’d be a regular at City as well, playing in John Stones’ position next to Rodri in midfield, with Stones sliding back to play in the right of a back three.
Rice, whom Pep has previously described as a “exceptional player,” has previously stated that he wants to win everything in the game.
If he is as ambitious as he claims, he will not hesitate to join a side that has dominated English football for the last decade and recently won the Treble.