Manchester City are ‘ready to fight’ Manchester United for the signing of Declan Rice this summer, in accordance to current reports.
Even at 36 years of age, Fernandinho is nonetheless the fundamental man for Manchester City in defensive midfield. He additionally grew to be club captain in 2020, following the departures of Vincent Kompany and David Silva.
However, the Brazilian is now not getting younger. And in spite of signing a one-year contract extension in the past this summer, the membership will have to begin searching for a substitute in that area of the field.
Lots of names have been linked with a change to the Etihad Stadium previously; which includes Yves Bissouma, Eduardo Camavinga and Houssem Aouar.
However, Duncan Wright from the Sun has reported that the Blues are ‘ready to fight’ local opponents Manchester United for the signing of Declan Rice from West Ham United this summer.
The East-London outfit values their celebrity man at £100 million, and it is closely mentioned that Rice is the Red Devils top target. They additionally sense they’re in a strong role to make a deal happen, however will face fierce opposition from the Etihad Stadium.
Club officers have been monitoring the 22-year-old ever in view that his debut in the Premier League and have watched his rapid development with a keen eye.
They now sense it is the proper time to make a go and find competition for Rodri, who’ll be the solely shielding midfielder at the membership once the captain moves on.
The £100 million valuation said is not out of the clubs attain either, with Manchester City pointing out his youth and already established talent as a great investment for the future.