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Declan Rice scored a stoppage time winner to help Arsenal win 4-3 at Luton Arsenal fans are hilariously suggesting that West Ham's £105 sale was a 'robbery' Manchester United are like a rotten window frame that you paint over to make it look better, but the problem is still there - It's All Kicking Off

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A group of Arsenal fans have hilariously set up a GoFundMe page to raise £25million so they can pay West Ham more for summer signing Declan Rice.

Rice, who joined the Gunners for £105m last summer, stunned Kenilworth Road on Tuesday night after scoring a crucial stoppage time winner to hand Arsenal a 4-3 victory over Luton.

His last-gasp header helped Arsenal extend their lead at the top of the Premier League to five points, ahead of Liverpool's clash with Sheffield United on Wednesday.

The England midfielder has been a pivotal player for Arsenal this campaign, anchoring Mikel Arteta's midfield brilliantly during the Gunners' first 15 league games - and he is already a favourite with the fans.

A group of supporters have now set up a GoFundMe page in jest, suggesting that West Ham were ripped off by the deal despite it being the third most expensive Premier League signing of all time.

Declan Rice stunned Kenilworth Road on Tuesday night after scoring a crucial stoppage time winner to hand Arsenal a 4-3 victory over Luton, and fans have reacted in a hilarious manner

Declan Rice stunned Kenilworth Road on Tuesday night after scoring a crucial stoppage time winner to hand Arsenal a 4-3 victory over Luton, and fans have reacted in a hilarious manner

A group of supporters have set up a GoFundMe page to raise £25million more for West Ham

A group of supporters have set up a GoFundMe page to raise £25million more for West Ham

The England star left West Ham for £105million last summer and has since had a pivotal impact

The England star left West Ham for £105million last summer and has since had a pivotal impact

'In light of the unfortunate robbery of West Ham United. We are asking Arsenal fans to come together to raise

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