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Bayern joins the battle with Arsenal and Manchester United for Declan Rice

Another club has shown interest in signing midfielder Declan Rice. In addition to Arsenal and Manchester United, Bayern Munich has also entered the race for the West Ham and England international player. This information comes from the German newspaper “Bild”.

Rice would be brought in as a possible replacement for Kimmich, whose potential departure has prompted Bayern’s search for a suitable midfielder. According to European media, Barcelona has also expressed interest in signing the German midfielder and is willing to make an offer for him at the request of Xavi.

Bayern Munich is looking for a player with ambition and physical strength to fit Thomas Tuchel’s style, and Rice is seen as the perfect fit for that mold. He is known for his strength and ability to orchestrate the team’s play between defense and attack.

Declan Rice in Premier League

However, the asking price set by West Ham could pose a challenge for Bayern. Rice is one of the key players in David Moyes’ team and has a contract with the club until 2024. The “Hammers” are demanding €100 million (£86 million) for the 24-year-old player.

In addition to Rice, Bayern Munich is also interested in signing Kolo Muani, a forward from Eintracht Frankfurt and the French national team. The negotiations for the center-forward could also revolve around €100 million (£86 million).

The competition for Rice’s signature intensifies as these top European clubs vie for his services. It remains to be seen which club will be successful in securing his transfer. The battle between Bayern Munich, Arsenal, and Manchester United showcases the high demand for the talented midfielder, and the financial aspects of the deals will undoubtedly play a crucial role in determining the outcome.

Football fans eagerly await further updates on the future of Declan Rice and how the transfer window unfolds for these clubs.

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