Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer sent scouts to watch Declan Rice in West Ham’s 1-0 defeat to Sheffield United on Friday, claims The Daily Mail.
Rice has been heavily linked with a move to United throughout his career and the England international remains a long-term transfer target for Solskjaer.
Despite needing to bolster their midfield ranks now, United will not move for
Rice is expected to feature prominently for England at Euro 2020 and United may well try and get a deal done before the tournament or risk his valuation soar.
The West Ham fan favourite has started every league game for David Moyes’ side this season and has one assist in that time.
Of players that were aged 21 and under at the start of the season, only Eduardo Camavinga (81) and Aaron Wan-Bissaka (77) have made more tackles than Rice (67) across Europe’s top five leagues.