Declan Rice: West Ham ปฏิเสธการเสนอราคา 90 ล้านปอนด์ของแมนเชสเตอร์ซิตี้สำหรับกัปตันทีม

Declan Rice holds the Europa Conference League trophy with West Ham manager David Moyes
Last season Rice became the first West Ham captain since Bobby Moore to lead the club to European success

West Ham have rejected a bid of £90m from Treble winners Manchester City for captain Declan Rice.

City’s offer was thought to have included an £80m initial payment but is short of the £100m the Hammers want.

Arsenal are expected to make a third bid for the 24-year-old England midfielder.

The Gunners’ second proposal of an initial £75m in four payments, plus £15m in add-ons, was turned down by West Ham last week.

Rice’s contract with the Hammers expires in 2024, although it has the option for a one-year extension until the summer of 2025.

Following the club’s Europa Conference League victory over Fiorentina earlier this month, chairman David Sullivan said he was “99%” sure Rice would leave West Ham this summer.

Although they have lined up Chelsea’s Mateo Kovacic in a £25m deal, the loss of Ilkay Gundogan to Barcelona means City manager Pep Guardiola is keen to bolster his midfield options, with Rice viewed as the ideal candidate.

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