West Ham United are open to a part-exchange deal for Declan Rice, thus opening a new door for suitors like Manchester United.
According to Football Transfers, West Ham United are open to considering part-exchange deals for Declan Rice.
The England midfielder has at least two serious suitors, while Manchester United also plan to join the race.
Since the Gunners have seen two of their bids rejected, with the latest one a £90 million offer lodged on Tuesday, Man City have joined the race.
Few reports indicated their offer was already made, and it was similar to Arsenals, only the structure was better.
The Red Devils are seemingly open to adding players as part of the deal for the £100 million-rated Arsenal target.
The Mail report also claimed Manchester United enquired with a £40 million cash offer on top of those two players.
West Ham are holding out for around £100 million, and now they might consider a part-exchange offer if it meets their requirements.
West Ham may have discussed the possibility of the striker with Arsenal as part of the Rice deal, but Mikel Arteta remains keen to test him in pre-season.
Meanwhile, Man City might also ponder adding a player to the equation.
Hence, clubs will look to negotiate a standalone deal for the £100 million-rated midfielder.
At this stage, Arsenal remains the favourite but is in danger of slipping up if Man City make a concerted bid towards signing the West Ham star.