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Trusted journalist reveals why Arsenal is yet to announce signing of Declan Rice

Arsenal have been reported to have completed the signing of Declan Rice but the gunners are yet to announce it. Trusted journalist has revealed why.

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Highly respected journalist David Ornstein has shed light on the delay in Arsenal’s announcement of the signing of Declan Rice from West Ham United. Despite numerous reports claiming that the two clubs have agreed on a fee, Ornstein explains that Arsenal need to finalize the structure of payment before making the official announcement.

Declan Rice, a 24-year-old midfielder, had an impressive season for West Ham United, scoring four goals and providing two assists. He played a crucial role in helping his team escape relegation and also contributed to their triumph in the UEFA Europa Conference League.

According to various reports, Arsenal have agreed on a £105m fee with West Ham for Rice’s transfer. This hefty sum indicates the high regard in which Rice is held by both clubs. It is worth noting that Manchester City were also interested in signing him but eventually withdrew from the race.

 

David Ornstein remains optimistic about Arsenal finalizing the deal for Rice soon. He believes that once they establish the payment structure, everything should fall into place. While he does not specify an exact timeline, Ornstein suggests that fans can expect an announcement within days or possibly even weeks.

The acquisition of Declan Rice would undoubtedly bolster Arsenal’s midfield and add depth to their squad ahead of next season. With his impressive performances for West Ham United and his potential for further growth, Rice could be a valuable asset for the Gunners as they aim to challenge for silverware in the future.

As fans eagerly await the official announcement, it is clear that Arsenal are determined to strengthen their squad and compete at the highest level. The signing of Declan Rice would be a statement of intent from the club and a sign that they are ready to bounce back from their near-miss in the title race.

 

Hello there, Am Mumbere Ausbel from Uganda and I am a writer at Arsenal True Fans and I love watching football matches so much because it's my favourite sport. I am an optimistic person who usually likes to look at the good side of everything.

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