Boost for Arsenal as Bayern Munich identifies an alternative to Rice

Arsenal has received a significant boost in their pursuit of Declan Rice as Bayern Munich has reportedly identified an alternative option, suggesting they may be willing to explore other midfield targets.

Declan Rice is a key target for both Arsenal and Bayern Munich, but it appears that the German club could be a more enticing option for the English midfielder.

While Bayern Munich offers the opportunity to win trophies almost automatically in Germany, staying in London with Arsenal would allow Rice to remain close to his family.

It seems Bayern Munich believes that Rice would choose a move to the Emirates Stadium, and according to a report from the Daily Mail, they have now identified Moroccan World Cup star Sofyan Amrabat as an alternative option.

Amrabat had an impressive campaign, helping Morocco reach the World Cup semi-finals and reaching the final of the Conference League and Coppa Italia in the last season with Fiorentina.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Bayern probably knows we are signing Rice over them, but that should not make us complacent, and we must do our best to seal the deal.

Rice is a player who will make us stronger and we need to ensure he chooses us over his other suitors; the rest would be history.

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  1. I’m beginning to think Declan Rice isn’t gonna endup at the Emirates, the noise is just too much,
    Liverpool have made their first signing without much noise.
    Why can’t we just make our moves without all the noise,its really annoying.

    1. It’s because he’s a very famous England international who’s expected to move this summer. There was always going to be excessive press interest. We sign relative unknowns like Vieira or marquinhos very quietly because the press aren’t sniffing around them.

  2. Alexis Mac Allister is not “relatively unknown”
    I agree with Long, our player business – transfers and even contract renewals – take unreasonably long and attract too much press attention. Something is wrong
    Even the signing of Maquinos you mentioned was loud, with reported threats of legal action by Wolves and all that.
    Something is just not right. I suspect that the people at Arsenal don’t know how to keep their mouth shut to journalists. Or, maybe, the clubs we deal with take delight in exposing our discussions with them for their own benefit

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