Declan Rice is the subject of interest from Manchester United, but the Hammers aren’t going to give him up without a hefty fee.
According to The Sun, Ralf Ragnick has approved the deal that will bring Declan Rice to Old Trafford next summer.
Manchester United have been urged to spend a “fortune” to land West Ham midfielder Declan Rice. Rice has been linked with a move to Old Trafford on numerous occasions. Manchester United and Chelsea thought to be leading the race to lure him away from the Hammers.
Rice will still have two years left on his contract at the end of the season. And West Ham have negotiating leverage in the form of a 12-month extension option.
If West Ham fails to qualify for the Champions League next season, Rice may reconsider his future with the club. If West Ham were forced to sell Rice, they would demand a huge fee of £100 million.
As a result, the Red Devils are preparing a 120 million bid.