A certain Premier League star, who has been rated at about £90 million (R1.6 billion), has been tipped to join Manchester United in the January transfer window.
West Ham United midfielder Declan Rice has impressed since breaking through at the London club, and is said to be on the Red Devils' radar.
Noel Whelan, a former Leeds United and Coventry striker, believes the 20-year-old is set for great things, such as a move to United in the near future.
"West Ham have got a really special player on their hands. They will struggle to hold on to him, because the big clubs will be hot on his trail," Whelan told Football Insider.
"I think Declan Rice could be the next player who goes for a Premier League record fee. We have just seen Harry Maguire go for £80 million and I wouldn't be surprised if Rice goes for more than that, above £90 million, even.
"He's young, English, hugely talented and is such a long way from his peak. You look at a team like Man United, who need a midfield anchorman, and you can see it happening.
"They don't mind paying over the odds for a player, as we saw in the summer. I could see them looking to get Rice in January."
Rice has already played 74 times for West Ham's first team, and has represented England on four occasions so far.
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