Check Out “Arsenal is yet to confirm Declan Rice and Jurrien Timber’s signings to the Emirates Stadium.” The fee that the Gunners have agreed to pay for Rice has been the subject of much discussion. The agreement, which includes add-ons, is for a total of £105 million, making Rice the most expensive British player in history.

However, Gabby Agbonlahor stated this week on talkSPORT that we would observe a different side of Rice while he is wearing an Arsenal shirt.

And he is confident that not only will Rice improve the performance of the Gunners, but he will also improve as a player as a result of Rice’s presence.

The former captain of Aston Villa commented that “he will improve them one hundred percent.”

“When you watch Declan Rice and you see what he’s done for West Ham and what he’s done for England, you put him in that Arsenal team where he’s going to get more of the ball and more of an opportunity to get forward, maybe.

I have no doubt that he will rack up quite a few goals for Arsenal.

Arsenal Is Yet To Confirm Declan Rice And Jurrien Timber's Signings To The Emirates Stadium
Arsenal Is Yet To Confirm Declan Rice And Jurrien Timber’s Signings To The Emirates Stadium

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Edwin van der Sar, a former goalkeeper for Manchester United and the Netherlands, is still in stable condition, but his status is “still concerning” due to brain bleeding.

The family of the 52-year-old patient, who was admitted to critical care on Friday, has expressed their gratitude for the expressions of support they have received. The patient was hospitalized on Friday.

According to a statement released by Ajax, which the Dutchman served as chief executive of until the conclusion of the 2017–18 campaign, “Edwin van der Sar will remain in intensive care for the time being.”

Although his status is stabilized, there is still cause for concern. This material is being disseminated by Ajax on behalf of Annemarie van der Sar, who is Edwin’s wife.

“The family Van der Sar, along with Ajax, is grateful and deeply touched by the many messages of support,” Ajax said in a statement.

Edwin van der Sar's condition 'stable but still concerning' after brain bleed