BREAKING: West Ham ‘REJECT’ Man City Bid For Declan Rice

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West Ham United has rejected Manchester City’s offer for Declan Rice which was made yesterday, MySportDab reports.

The London side are doing everything possible to get nothing less from what they demand from any team.

Manchester City have seen their opening bid for Declan Rice rejected by West Ham United who are not taking it easy on the offers.

The news now give Arsenal an assurance that they could strike a deal if they are able to make a better offer which will be their third.

Pep Guardiola who is looking to make one more signing in the midfield have seen his chances of making that happen blown away.

According to reports reaching us from the Athletic, they confirmed the Hammers have turned down an offer from the Premier League Champions.

Here Is What Was Said:

“West Ham United have rejected Manchester City’s offer for Declan Rice.

“Manchester City made a formal offer of an initial £80million with an extra £10m in add-ons to West Ham United for the England international. David Ornstein.

This offer from the Premier League Champions is £90 million which is just £10 million from the asking price.

Meanwhile Arsenal last offer was around £80 million which the Hammers wasted no time in rejecting.

West Ham United are only holding out to sell for £100 million and they could also get more from the deal.

If Manchester City are looking to increase their offer, it could also see them pay over £100 million plus bonus for winning any title.

The deal is still open with the Hammers want to sell and the player also confirmed he want to leave this summer window.

Arsenal and Manchester City remain the only team’s who want to make the move happen as quickly as possible.

The only problem is West Ham £100 million asking price for Declan Rice which have caused so many teams to drop out of the race.

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