Arsenal closing in on Declan for a club-record fee

Best Sports Live brings this news in big chunks: West Ham captain Declan Rice celebrates his side’s Europa Conference League won

Arsenal is fastening in on signing West Ham captain Declan and is expected to pay more than £100 million for the 24-year-old England midfielder, the Guardian report state that the move will make Rice the most high-cost player in the Gunners’ history. The same note says Guardiola is firmly minded to leave Manchester City in two years when his contract expires. The 52-year-old manager will reportedly end his tenure in the summer of 2025 after nine years at the helm of the treble winners.

However, the Evening Standard says Chelsea are planning to step up their pursuit of Inter Milan goalkeeper Onana after his impressive display in the Champions League Final. The Italian club is understood to want at least £ 50 million for the 27-year-old Cameroon international. And Newcastle is apparently makeready to make a proposal for Wolfsburg midfielder Nmecha as they look to kick off their summer enlisting. Telegraph Sport says the Magpies have been traced by the 22-year-old German international for diverse months.

According to Mason Mount on Sky Sports reports Manchester United are continuing talks with Chelsea about the 24-year-old but there is still a gap in the estimate between the two clubs for him.