Man Utd enter race to sign Declan Rice
Manchester United have reportedly joined Chelsea and Arsenal in the race to sign West Ham United midfielder Declan Rice.
The Red Devils were keen on landing the England international last summer but the Hammers rejected their £100 million proposal.
However, the east London outfit are likely to consider his exit this summer, considering his contract expires in two years' time.
United are one of the clubs interested in the 24-year-old but they are set to face strong competition from Chelsea as well as Arsenal.
David Moyes recently said that Rice could leave for a British-record fee and it is now revealed that the Hammers value him at £120 million.
Rice has been quiet regarding his future, but he did admit at the World Cup that he wants to be playing Champions League football regularly.
Arsenal are best placed to sign him at the moment, but United and Chelsea have the finances to beat the Gunners to the player's services.