Former Manchester United ace, Dwight Yorke, has urged England World Cup star Declan Rice not to join Chelsea because the Blues are disgruntled.
Yorke, however, wants Rice, who currently plays for West Ham, to make a move to Manchester City as his first choice this summer.
Rice is keen to leave West Ham this summer transfer window.
The midfielder has been linked with Chelsea, Man United, Man City and Arsenal.
“Declan Rice will have to sit down and decide what is the best choice for him in the summer,” Yorke told Lord Ping.
“If it was me and Manchester City were interested, then they would be the first choice because of how they play and the trophies they win. I would not rule Manchester United out because they are on an upwards trajectory and want to get better.
“I would not go to Chelsea at the moment because of the disgruntled team. Arsenal would be a good choice if I wanted to stay in London, but Manchester City would be the first choice and Manchester United second.”