Arsenal have submitted a huge third offer for West Ham and England star Declan Rice, MySportDab reports.
The Gunners are prioritizing the signing of the prolific midfielder this summer but are facing a stiff competition and bidding war from Premier League giants Manchester City.
While Arsenal have now tabled a third bid for Declan Rice, Manchester City have only submitted their first bid which was turned down by West Ham.
Araenal’s first bid for Declan Rice was £80m and it was turned down.
The club then tabled a second bid of £90m and were turned down again before Manchester City entered the race and submitted their first bid worth £90m, the same amount as Arsenal’s second bid.
After Manchester City submitted their first bid for Declan Rice, Arsenal were already preparing their third offer Rice.
The London club are offering £100m fee and £5m add-ons, adding up to £105m offer for Declan Rice.
This latest offer by Arsenal is expected to force West Ham’s hand to sell the player as they have been holding out for an offer in excess of £100m before selling Declan Rice.
However, as at the time of filing this report, West Ham are yet to take decision.
There are projections the bidding war instigated by Manchester City will likely prompt West Ham to increase their fee demand for Declan Rice.
They are open to let the midfielder leave this summer when they receive the right offer.