Declan Rice drops potential Arsenal transfer clue after revealing location on Instagram
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Declan Rice may have dropped a major transfer clue regarding his move to Arsenal this summer.
The Gunners have agreed a British-record £105 million deal with West Ham to sign Rice this summer, with the 24-year-old passing his medical at London Colney last Friday.
He is set to become Arsenal's second signing of the summer following Kai Havertz's £65 million move from Chelsea in June.
Meanwhile, Jurrien Timber is on the verge of completing his £34million million move to the Emirates, after Arsenal reached an agreement with Ajax for the defender earlier this month.
However, news has fallen rather quiet on the Rice front. Meanwhile, West Ham removed Rice's No. 41 shirt from the club website, before re-adding it the following day, leaving fans of both Arsenal and West Ham confused about the progress of a deal.
Arsenal presenter, Nicole Holliday, took to social media over the weekend to share that she had spotted Rice at the airport.
And it now seems we know where he was going, and it could be good news for Gunners fans.
Rice drops potential Arsenal transfer clue
Taking to Instagram on Tuesday evening, Rice posted snaps of him training alone in neutral Adidas sports kit.
But it was his location that has got Arsenal supporters talking. Rice tagged 'The Campus' in Portugal, a luxury sports complex in the Algarve.
To the untrained eye, this would mean very little, with the Arsenal squad currently training in Germany ahead of their pre-season friendly against Nurnberg on Thursday.
However, Arsenal academy graduates Alex Kirk and Charlie Patino were pictured training together at the very same complex earlier this month.
Patino, who has returned from an impressive loan spell at Blackpool, also posted pictures of himself training on Instagram, tagging The Campus as his location.
On the other hand, Rice knows The Campus well from his time with West Ham, having previously spent time there before the Europa Conference League final, according to the Evening Standard.