Moyes says West Ham won’t sell Rice unless they’re paid £150m.
West Ham United manager David Moyes insists Declan Rice will not move anywhere. If not for a fee of 150 million pounds amid the interest of many teams in the Premier League.
The Hammers midfielder, 23, is contract until mid 2024. With the club having the option of a one-year extension. And he has link with a number of Premier League clubs. David Moyes insisting he will not sell his great captain, unless for a hefty fee.
“The first thing I would say is that we don’t want to let him leave the team. But if there is any team interest in him It will be the highest price because £100m is too little. The minimum is £150m. But we don’t think we’re going to sell him,’ Moyes said UFABET
“I look at the situation similar to Spurs who opted not to sell Harry Kane out of the team, they turned down insufficient offers. If someone is ready to pay the price they want. They might agree. Of course, it all depends on the contract that is tied together. Someday there will be a period when the players take advantage of the transfer. But at the moment we have a contract with Declan Rice for another three and a half years.”
Rice play in the West Ham first team. It is his sixth season with the team, playing 183 games, scoring 9 goals and adding 9 assists as a defensive midfielder for the team.