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Roy Keane insist Arsenal document signing Declan Rice ‘definitely not value over £100m’


Roy Keane insist Arsenal record signing Declan Rice 'certainly not worth over £100m'

Roy Keane says Arsenal ‘paid method an excessive amount of’ for Declan Rice in a damning evaluation forward of the Group Protect.

Arsenal shelled out a club-record £105 million to lure Rice away from West Ham United earlier this summer time.

They pipped Manchester Metropolis to the signing of the England worldwide, with the participant starring within the Premier League since making his break by way of at The Hammers.

He is already impressed Arsenal followers forward of the 2023/24 marketing campaign as Rice delivered a stellar exhibiting on his debut towards the MLS all-stars.

The 24-year-old continued to boost his fame following his exhibiting towards AS Monaco, the place he performed in a extra superior position.

His outing towards the French facet confirmed his versatility as he regarded very snug taking part in as an ‘attacking midfielder’.

However former Manchester United captain Keane believes the Gunners ‘paid method an excessive amount of’ for him and claims he is ‘not value over £100 million’.

Talking on ITV, he stated: “They paid method an excessive amount of for him! He is definitely not value over £100 million!”

 It is not the primary time Keane has taken intention on the star midfielder as he bemoaned his lack of targets and assists final season.

Rice loved six seasons at West Ham, making 245 appearances for the membership.

After guiding the membership to European glory within the form of the Europa Convention League final season, he walked away from his boyhood facet to signal for the North London outfit.

How will Rice fare on the Emirates? Tell us what you assume.



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