PL club want to allocate ‘minimum’ £100m from sale of Chelsea target

By | September 15, 2021

Chelsea have allegedly been told that they must lodge an offer in excess of £100 million to take midfielder Declan Rice away from West Ham next year.

The Blues are among clubs including Manchester City and Manchester United who are believed to be keen on signing the English holding midfielder.

Rice has snubbed two offers to extend his deal with the east London club this summer as Declan wants to be part of a team who are regularly taking part in the UEFA Champions League.

According to Football London, the Irons are yet to receive an offer for the Englishman however £100 million is the minimum offer that they’d accept which would match the amount that the Citizens paid for Jack Grealish.

The Hammers manager David Moyes is determined to retain one of his best players’ services as the youngster enters the prime of his career.

Declan was one of his country’s star performers in midfield throughout UEFA Euro 2020 which will have surely increased his price tag.

After an extremely busy transfer market among Premier League sides in recent months, it seems as if the player will undoubtedly be part of a transfer saga in 2022.