‘All the teams in the Premier League’ would love to have World Class Midfielder – Arsenal fans told

Declan Rice
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Man City boss Pep Guardiola has claimed that every team would love to have a Declan Rice in their side.

After years of speculation and rumours – ARSENAL FC finally managed to get a deal done for the former West Ham star in the summer window after they agreed to pay £105 million to get a deal done.

Arsenal beat off the likes of Chelsea, Man City, Bayern Munich and even Real Madrid to get a deal done for the midfielder – and he has really impressed during his first full season at the club.

He has been a constant in that Arsenal midfield – has improved the defensive side of things for Mikel Arteta – but also gives the likes of Bukayo Saka, Martin Odegaard and Gabriel Martinelli to express themselves in attack.

Arsenal meet Man City in a Premier League title match this weekend – and speaking ahead of the game – Guardiola spoke about the midfielder and said, as quoted by Express Sport:

“He made his decision, a good one, and good luck. All the teams in the Premier League would have signed Declan Rice. 

“He’s an international captain for the national team of England and a young player playing a lot of games regularly. That’s why Arsenal pushed the way they pushed.”

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This match is more about what happens in the title race than what players do – both teams have some impressive stars in their side.

ARSENAL FC are one of the only sides that can really worry Man City – Rice will have a big part to play – it will be an exciting watch that is for sure.


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