Not come to Arsenal yet, Declan Rice was caught showing up in a training session with Man Utd captain Bruno Fernandes

The 24-year-old midfielder is undergoing training with the Portuguese trio.

Arsenal are about to complete a record deal when they spend up to £ 100 million + £ 5 million in surcharges for West Ham United to own midfielder Declan Rice.

The English star is seen as a necessary addition to the Gunners midfield, in the context that they need a top scanner. The Gunners midfield possesses creativity but lacks a strong element that can recover the ball and deal consistently when Thomas Partey often has physical problems.

Rice practiced with Bruno.

Therefore, they are willing to spend money to bring Rice to the Emirates.

Although the official information has not been confirmed by the parties, until now, all agreements are approaching the final steps.

As for Rice, he is completely convinced of Mikel Arteta’s plan and is ready to go to the Emirates to start getting to know his new teammates. However, at the moment, the Three Lions star is currently training with the trio of Bruno Fernandes, Raphael Leao and Joao Cancelo.  

Man Utd legend is proud when his son was given the captain’s armband by Ten Hag

Charlie Savage took charge of Manchester United in the second half of their pre-season friendly against Leeds.

Charlie’s father, Robbie Savage, immediately took to social media to praise the young midfielder.

The 20-year-old was handed the captain’s armband after Raphael Varane came off as a substitute, and it was a real pivotal moment for the young star. Even better, Savage led a young Manchester United side to a 2-0 win over Leeds.

MU posted a picture of their two captains at the Olso match,  Robbie shared the photo with a red heart emoji and folded hands in thanks.


Savage was given the captain’s armband in place of Varane.

Savage made headlines last season and his father reacted enthusiastically to his first goal at Forest Green Rovers during his loan spell. It was his only goal in 15 League One appearances, but it was a proud moment nonetheless.

The academy graduate signed a long-term contract at Man United last year until at least 2025 with the option of a one-year extension.

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