Declan Rice ‘to reject West Ham contract offers amid Chelsea, Manchester United links’
Rice ‘to reject West Ham contract offers amid Chelsea, Man United links’
Declan Rice is reportedly prepared to reject any offers to extend his contract at West Ham United, as he hopes to move to a bigger club.
Chelsea and Manchester United have been heavily linked with the 22-year-old, while Manchester City are also monitoring the midfielder as they view him as a potential replacement for 36-year-old Fernandinho.
According to The Times, West Ham have received no formal offers from any club to sign Rice and insist that any potential buyers would have to pay £100m to land the England international.
Although Rice remains committed to keep performing at his best for the team, he is frustrated with the London club’s hierarchy, who are effectively pricing him out of a move in this summer’s transfer window.
The Hammers are under no pressure to sell the midfielder as he still has three years remaining on his current deal.
Rice has made 146 appearances across all competitions for West Ham since making his senior debut in 2017, and has also featured 24 times for the England national