The Red Devils have been handed an advantage on their pursuit to land ace midfielder
It’s clear Ten Hag will oversee a major overhaul in the squad and United have pledged to give the desired support even before he penned the contract.
The Red Devils aspire to be back to their glory days and being patient with the rebuilding process is a key role they are willing to play part in.
With the current squad performing below expectations in many games, United are certain they can only be boosted when fresh legs are in the squad.
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According to Ralf Rangnick, the side are preparing to replace up to 10 members of the current squad and landing Declan Rice who has long been a transfer target is a top priority.
The Midfielder has not just been on Man United transfer list but also on Chelsea’s with the Blues pushing for a reunion.
While respecting his contract that still has until 2024 to expire, Rice has just made a move that will force West Ham United to listen to offers on his behalf.
The West Londonders are in no way interested in letting Rice leave but will have no other option than to sell instead of losing him for free next 2-years.
Hammers made an attempt to lock him down for a longer time which would in-turn see his transfer value take a sharp rise above the £100m they are quoting.
David Moyes is showing signs of stubbornness whenever asked about Rice leaving but after seeing the 23-year-old turn down their contract renewal, the board are now forced into a rethink unless the issue changes.
Somtosport understands that the offer is around the region of £200m as West Ham believed that will convince him to stay.
Both Man United and Chelsea are now expected to make a return with an improved bid after seeing Rice turn down the offer handed by West Ham United.
The English man wants trophies and moving away from West Ham United will more likely assure him that but he isn’t ready to force a move.