Declan Rice to Chelsea is still on the table for this summer window which is fast approaching, MySportDab reports.
West Ham United is doing everything possible to make Declan Rice’s move difficult for any club looking to make contact with him.
Chelsea is very much in the race and will be doing everything to make the move happen when the summer window opens for business in the coming days.
Although the London side is not the only team interested in making that move happen as others are also monitoring his situation at the main time.
Manchester United is another side-eyeing a move with a new manager already at Old Trafford and setting things up ahead of a big buy in the summer.
Chelsea who has a new owner will be looking to spend this summer as they are expected to announce some sales while adding more players.
The team is set to lose so many players this summer with Andreas Christensen and Antonio Rudiger confirmed to have left the club.
The Denmark International moved to Barcelona while the German moved to Real Madrid, both are free agents.
Their contract was not renewed on time before the UK government forced a ban on them leaving them unable to make business.
Although the Premier League has already accepted a sale waiting for the UK government to clear and register everything.
Declan Rice is still of interest to Chelsea, but according to The Times reports that the Blues are being put off by his hefty price tag.
The England international midfielder is said to be valued by West Ham United at £150 million ($189m).
They won’t be listening to any offer less than what they have said as they know no team will be looking to spend that much on any player in the market.