Manchester United legend Teddy Sheringham needs the membership to push for West Ham United’s Declan Rice.
United desperately lack midfield depth and might be seeking to strengthen that space in the summertime.
Rice has emerged as one of many Hammers’ most vital gamers and has been instrumental of their rise underneath David Moyes.
Sheringham believes that he can be the perfect match for United and likens him to one of many membership’s most well-known foes.
“I’ve to liken him to Steven Gerrard,” the 1999 Champions League remaining goalscorer mentioned.
“Not many gamers can eat up the bottom like Declan – Gerrard used to do precisely the identical, he used to overpower folks in midfield.”
“Add that to his passing means, his understanding of the sport, his data of the sport, he’s clearly getting led by Mark Noble. His want, you may see how he loves the sport and needs to get higher.”
“I’d maintain on to him and say, ‘I need greater than that, this participant’s unbelievable, he’s higher than that.”
David Moyes has said previiously that Rice would simply be value £100 million. West Ham might be hoping that their star man can stay on the membership for just a few extra years.
Sheringham goes on to state:
“Should you really need this man you’re going to have to interrupt the financial institution and present me you consider him as a lot as I do as a result of I’m not letting him go for £100 million.”
“When one of the best centre ahead on this planet was up on the market in the summertime, Tottenham needed £200 million for him, the opposite golf equipment didn’t have that valuation. I’m going as much as 150, 160 for Declan Rice.”
Rice can be a very good addition to the midfield however United could possibly be higher off different choices that may signify higher worth for cash.
With Paul Pogba‘s future unsure, United may must put money into multiple midfielder.
AS Monaco’s Aurélien Tchouaméni and Olympique Marseille’s Boubacar Kamara are two different gamers who could possibly be nice picks for United.
The membership can then spend the remaining switch finances on different key positions, for instance, a centre ahead.