Outgoing West Ham want ‘Man Utd holy grail youth’ as Rice replacement… but “take him for 60 billion”

West Ham have chosen Manchester United midfielder Scott McTominay to replace Declan Rice, but there is a difference of opinion on the transfer fee.

On the 26th (KST), the British media ‘Mirror’ reported that ‘West Ham have asked Manchester United for McTominay to replace Rice, but there is a difference in the transfer fee’ and that ‘McTominay wants to play regularly. He knows his playing time will be limited next season.

McTominay is a United youth product. He joined the United youth team in 2002 and wore a United shirt until last season. He was given a lot of chances because of his youth background and good form. However, he didn’t develop as much as expected. His steadiness wasn’t bad, but he lacked sparkle.

United’s midfield last season was also solid. Casemiro was at the top of his game, and Christian Eriksen was solid. Fred also worked hard every time he came on. And with the arrival of Mason Mount ahead of the season, McTominay’s place in the side has been significantly reduced.안전놀이터

West Ham capitalized on this gap. Today, McTominay is 26 years old, born in 1996. He’s in the prime of his soccer career, but he’s not expected to play much next season. West Ham realized that McTominay wanted to play consistently.

The Hammers also need to fill the void left by the departure of Rice to Arsenal. The Hammers will be playing in the Europa League next season, so reinforcements are inevitable. That’s why the Hammers chose McTominay, who has plenty of EPL and European experience.

The catch. United and West Ham have different ideas about the transfer fee. United set a price tag of £40 million ($66 million) for McTominay. West Ham thinks this is too much.

United are in no hurry. According to the Mirror, Van Gaal sees him as a useful midfielder, and United have the option to extend McTominay’s contract for another year. In addition to McTominay, West Ham are also targeting James Ward-Prowse.

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