Declan Rice sends Liverpool transfer notice,amid £100m rumours

Peter Crouch, a hero for Liverpool, has instructed his old team to sabotage a transfer for Declan Rice, who is wanted by Arsenal.

The Reds started their ongoing recruitment campaign by signing Argentina player Alexis Mac Allister from Brighton after initially abandoning plans to pursue Real Madrid-bound Jude Bellingham this summer due to the associated financial costs.
It is now anticipated that more midfielders will be added.

In that regard, the France starlets Khephren Thuram and Manu Kone have been mentioned, but Crouch believes Liverpool should push harder to sign the “classy” England international Rice. Rice, who led West Ham to the Europa Conference League championship, is anticipated to leave the club this summer.

The 24-year-old will, however, be quite expensive if he leaves, much like Bellingham, another England midfielder. Arsenal, Bayern Munich, and Manchester City are just a few of the suitors who might have to fork over £100 million or more to land this highly desired player.

Declan Rice’s transfer has been announced as Chelsea’s late attempt to stop Liverpool fails.
But Crouch said it would be worthwhile. Alexis Mac Allister is a wise acquisition for Liverpool, he told Paddy Power. He’s a great player, but the supporters will want some more additions before the following season; additional midfielders and defensive reinforcements are both desirable.

Declan Rice entering the picture would absolutely make my day, even though I know he’s being linked elsewhere. He’s a gentleman, and I believe he could join any club and be a great addition.

Since he will cost a lot of money, it probably won’t be Liverpool. He’d make a fantastic addition. “.

“I was thrilled to see him [Rice] pick up the Europa Conference League trophy with West Ham,” continued Crouch, who made 135 appearances for Liverpool over three seasons. The competition gets a bad rap, but I thought it was brilliant, and you’ve seen the scenes.

“The players, the supporters, and the manager all praised it highly; I was overjoyed for them. “.

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