“Cheap at twice the price.” Piers Morgan cannot get enough of Declan Rice

Piers Morgan was delighted after Declan Rice delivered another stunning performance for Arsenal against Bournemouth.

Arsenal broke their transfer record to sign Rice from West Ham in the summer, and they are reaping the rewards of his services.

The midfielder asked fans to judge him at the end of his spell at the club, but he already looks like a steal.

If he were to leave the club now, he would remain an idol to most of its supporters because of how terrifically he has been playing for them.

After yet another stunning performance for the Gunners against Bournemouth, Morgan wrote on X:

“The brilliant, magnificent, relentless @_DeclanRice What a player. Cheap at twice the price.”

Just Arsenal Opinion

We have run out of words to describe Rice, and this is only his first season on our books.

Things can only get better, and it is exciting to think of how much the team will achieve during his contract at the club. 

Rice has the right attitude and character and we expect him to have a long and successful career at the Emirates before leaving.

The midfielder is also benefiting from being teammates with some of the finest players in the Premier League at the moment.

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  1. Piers has a way with words to describe a terrific player, we
    will need one more midfielder to ease the burden of Partey and Rice next season, when we are fully prepared
    to conquer the PL..

  2. Now that we have all seen where to get the best out of Rice, the scouting should be to bring in 2 midfielders of Partey’s profile so as to allow Rice the freedom to move forward. Partey is just the best but cannot be trusted for his poor injury record.

    Or one midfielder and then promote Skelly.

    Nwaneri and Chido should also integrate the first team. We would lose the latter if that doesn’t happen. he is really good.

    1. He will get a contract from Arsenal when he is 17 I guess….issue with strikers at that level is its very hard to step up at 1st team level….look at Nketiah and other great prospects.

      He does look to have amazing potential so would be great next season for him to be in the Cup squads….and on that point we need to get a good run in both League and FA Cups to give the 2nd string enough playing time…I think this has scuppered ua in the past 2 seasons when we have had injuries as takes the guys stepping in some time to get up to match pace

    2. By integrating, do mean actually playing in competitive games? Both these lads already do train sometimes with the main squad, and Arteta has said that Chido might be included in some match day squads, as Nwaneri already has. It’s looking good for them.

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