The summer transfer window is set to be entertaining as several clubs will try to sign one or two players to strengthen their current squads as the competition being experienced in different leagues is very high.
Manchester United are going to make a couple of important signings, a way of trying to catch up with Manchester City who are more competitive and stronger than before.
According to the Times Sports news channel, Manchester City are considering moving in for Declan Rice if their star midfielder Fernandinho decides to quit from the Etihad this summer.
This comes as some bad news for Manchester United who have never won any transfer competition with Manchester City with several players favoring their rivals.
We have seen players like Rodrigo, Ruben Dias, Bernando Silva and Rihad Mahrez turn down offers from Manchester United, but accepted City's offers where they have been main utility players under Pep Guardiola.
This means that Manchester United will have to work on the deal to sign Rice quickly or they will have to play another season with the aging Nemanja Matic and slow Fred.
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