Declan Rice’s situation with West Ham United is boiling up ahead of the summer window, MySportDab reports.
The midfielder has been longed linked with a move elsewhere since establishing himself with the Hammers.
Clubs like Chelsea, Manchester United, and Liverpool have all been linked with a move for Declan Rice who West Ham has been blocking them all.
The Hammers are said to have increased their asking price to €150 million for any club interested in signing the player who they have tagged untouchable.
The player himself has continued to turn down any offer borough forward to him by West Ham United who has remained frustrated in the attempts to tie him down.
Manchester United and Chelsea are the leading clubs interested in seeing a move happen when the summer transfer window opens for business.
The Hammers manager David Moyes is confident of them keeping the player with them not looking to allow a move to happen anytime soon.
Offers have been turned down a couple of times as Declan Rice wants to complete a move which is looking difficult to happen as his club doesn’t want to lose him.
Update reaching us from Fabrizio Romano claims the player has once again turned down another offer from West Ham United.
Here Is What Was Said:
“Excl: Declan Rice has turned down a third contract offer at West Ham.
“There’s still no agreement – Rice has always been committed, but he’s now open to a move this summer.
“West Ham insists he’s untouchable as David Moyes said – but Declan Rice won’t sign a new deal.
Interested clubs will be making their approach once the summer window opens as they might stand a chance of getting a deal done.
It won’t be an easy one with them looking to get a huge sum of money from any transfer business if there is anyone to be done for the player.