Check Out “Neil Warnock joked to report that he would quit Huddersfield “like a shot” for a Saudi Arabian job.” The venerable gaffer claims that money is the only factor driving players and coaches to the Middle East.

However, he acknowledges that if given the chance, he wouldn’t refuse the pay day!

He said on this morning’s talkSPORT Breakfast that Saudi Arabia is only about money and nothing else.

If you’re having trouble finding work elsewhere, head there.

When asked if he would go there for £25 million, he said, “Yeah, I would, with a deadpan delivery.


“I’d fly out of Huddersfield tomorrow!”

Neil Warnock Joked To talkSPORT That He Would Quit Huddersfield "Like A Shot" For A Saudi Arabian Job
Neil Warnock Joked To Report That He Would Quit Huddersfield “Like A Shot” For A Saudi Arabian Job

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Declan Rice’s medical examination is today, and it’s a huge day for Arsenal and Rice as he prepares to go to the Emirates Stadium for £105 million.

However, the legendary player for Manchester United Dwight Yorke believes that the Gunners are paying too much for the English midfielder.

Rice is not worth the nine-figure fee, according to the Premier League legend, who also claims that Manchester United got a better bargain when they signed his closest friend Mason Mount for £60 million.

“There’s a clear reason why Man City backed out of the Declan Rice signing – they don’t think he’s worth £105m,” said Yorke speaking to BoyleSports who give the latest Premier League odds here. “They don’t think he’s worth £105m,” said Yorke. “However, this is the nature of doing business in modern football, as the sector is worth billions of pounds.

If the owners of Arsenal have deep funds and are ready to spend that money, then I say they should be allowed to do so. Rice’s value at West Ham United most likely derives from Enzo Fernandez’s market price; in addition, Rice being English, which adds a few million to the total.

“I understand why Rice has been built up the way he has because he is an English international and he does really nice things in the game, but £105 million is a lot of money to be paid for one player.

“The purchase of Mason Mount for £60 million is in every way superior to the purchase of Rice for £105 million.”

“Mount will score more goals, obviously they’re different positions, so it’s harder to compare, but Mount is just as talented as anyone else.”