Gary Neville has questioned Manchester United’s interest in West Ham midfielder Declan Rice.
Rice emerged as a potential target for United over a summer which saw them pursue young, hungry British players.
Some (silly people) have even mooted a possible £90m bid in January, but Neville does not feel United “need another player” like Rice.
“It’s going to cost a fortune,” he told Sky Sports.
“I mean, you talk about £80m, £90m to get him out of West Ham. We’ve seen a bid for Zaha go to Everton this year for £70m. To get players out of the likes of West Ham now, Crystal Palace, it is not going to be easy.
“Would I say yes now at £80m, £90m? I’m not feeling that personally at this moment in time, but am I seeing a really good player who could potentially develop into something fantastic for the next ten years? Yes, I really do think that.
“But do United need another player? They’ve already got Matic, they’ve already got McTominay doing a similar role to what I see Rice doing.”