West Ham ‘READY’ For Declan Rice Exit! [Full Details]

by Ifeanyichukwu Chris Akashili
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West Ham United are ready to sanction the sale of Declan Rice this summer window, MySportDab reports.

The club will listen to suitable offers for their £100m-rated midfielder with a number of Premier League teams leading the race to make a deal happen.

Declan Rice have turned down several offers to extend his stay with the Hammers where he feels he won’t be able to make enough as a player who want more exposure.

West Ham United are once again faced with another transfer window of uncertainty of them losing their club captain who has been the force holding then together.

The Premier League have had a couple of talks to make sure the England International stay, but has over time refuse making any commitment with the club.

Reports reaching us from The Daily Mirror confirm a move could be happening during the summer window.

Declan Rice is keen on making a move to a team who will guarantee him trophies and also Champions League football as he has proven to be worthy of such success.

The midfielder who is 24, agreed to stay this season to help lead the Hammers following Mark Noble’s retirement.

Although the club could not persuade him to remain longer as he has grown tried of not getting much needed in his career.

Rice contract expires in 2024 and West Ham United can trigger a one-year extension which is included in his previously signed deal.

It is believed that the club are open to allowing the player leave after doing everything they can to make him stay longer.

They will accept offers and use that clause in negotiations by declaring his agreement is valid until 2025.

West Ham United will try everything possible to make sure they get as much a as possible for Declan Rice who could leave them this summer window.

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