Emmanuel Frimpong, a former Arsenal player, has endorsed his old team to recruit Declan Rice, the captain of West Ham United, during the summer transfer window.
Because Rice would have superior players surrounding him at Arsenal, Frimpong thinks Rice would ‘flourish’ there.
In the summer, Rice has been identified as Arsenal’s top transfer target. The Gunners are sure they can outbid Chelsea for the services of the England World Cup star.
Rice, 24, is not interested in signing a new deal with West Ham, thus the club anticipates selling him at the end of the current campaign.
Rice “established that he is a top, top class player in the World Cup [in Qatar],” Frimpong said to Midnite.
“He pleased me more than I anticipated at the World Cup, demonstrating to me his excellent technical skills, awareness, and pace to recover when necessary.
I believe he will thrive in an Arsenal shirt and with superior players surrounding him.
Therefore, we must qualify for the Champions League in order to entice players like Rice. Who wouldn’t want to represent Arsenal in the Champions League in London?