West Ham United are said to have offered Declan Rice a substantial salary increase but he will refuse because he wants to leave.
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Declan Rice was already considered a star after his name was raised to new heights at Euro 2020. His performance for Gareth Southgate’s side earned Rice much praise.
The 22-year-old has been with the Hammers throughout his professional career. Rice has made 145 appearances in all competitions, scoring five goals. Links to Manchester United and Chelsea have surfaced throughout the past season.
The East London team wanted to keep their star, or at least make a big profit, so they valued Rice up to £ 100 million. But the situation could change at the end of this summer’s transfer window.
According to the Telegraph, the youngster born in Kingston is becoming frustrated with the current situation. The source claims Rice will refuse to increase his salary and extend his contract to force West Ham to allow him to leave.
Rice even asked the club to adjust the price of 100 million pounds, a figure that prevented him from going to Man Utd and Chelsea. The £60 million figure is considered reasonable for the England midfielder, according to Transfermarkt transfer site.
The £100 million price tag is indeed a big obstacle to potential deals related to Rice. At Chelsea, consideration for Declan Rice is still there, but they do not want to spend heavily on a midfield element, in the context that they have many other outstanding faces.
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