Declan Rice has strong chances to leave West Ham United at the end of the current season. The midfielder has turned down a third contract proposal from the club, and it is looking increasingly likely that he won’t be continuing with them for very long.
He has always been respectful with West Ham and has stated that he loves the club and the fans. However, he could be headed to a top club in the summer if there is a suitable bid to persuade the board into selling him.
David Moyes was recently asked about the player, and the manager insisted that his man was worth €150 million on the current transfer market. While that valuation might be a little too high, a bid close to €100 million would not be too surprising considering the situation of the modern market.
Declan Rice has several options for his next club
With Erik Ten Hag arriving at Manchester United, the player could move to Old Trafford if the Dutchman approves the transfer. His former club, Chelsea, have also been heavily rumoured with a move for the England international.
Manchester City are also expected to go for a new midfielder with Fernandinho leaving at the end of the season. But, with the arrival of Erling Haaland, it could get difficult to spend so much in a single transfer window.
The Hammers are only a few games away from ensuring Champions League qualification. And if Declan Rice chooses to stay, he could be playing the top flight of European football with the club for the first time in their history.