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Tell Chelsea Theyll Have To Pay A Huge Ps100 Million Transfer Price For Declan Rice Says West Ham

Chelsea would reportedly have to pay a large PS100 million transfer fee to West Ham this summer in order to capture Declan Rice.
The 22-year-old has been linked with a return to Chelsea, who released him when he was 14 years old, and has yet to sign a new contract with the Hammers.
Rice’s current contract, though, extends until 2024, and David Moyes’ side have no intention of selling their star player for peanuts, with The Athletic stating that any suitors will be asked to pay PS100 million.
Chelsea would reportedly have to pay a massive PS100 million transfer price to buy Declan Rice. Manchester United are also interested in Rice, but are unlikely to pay such a high sum given their agreement in principle to sign Jadon Sancho for PS73 million.
According to the source, Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel has spoken to members of his staff about Rice and praises his qualities, but the club has made no attempt to initiate conversations.
Rice, who started all of England’s Euro 2020 matches, is rumored to be interested in returning to Stamford Bridge.
West Ham are one of several clubs interested in buying Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham, and the report suggests that the Blues might use the striker as a makeweight if they decide to pursue Rice. Thomas Tuchel (left) has reportedly spoken to staff members about Rice, while Tammy Abraham (right) could be used as part of the deal.
Abraham is worth PS40 million, which would lower the asking price for the midfielder.
Chelsea, on the other hand, is said to be investigating other options, with Monaco’s highly-rated 21-year-old Aurelien Tchouameni being one of them.
Rice was instrumental in the Hammers’ Europa League qualification last season, and David Moyes has stated that the midfielder will play a key role in their forthcoming European campaign.
Chelsea is also thought to be investigating other candidates, including Monaco’s Aurelien Tchouameni, who declared at the close of last season, “We’ve just qualified for Europe, it’s a wonderful achievement.”
‘Declan has been a huge part of it, and we want him to continue to be a big part of what we do next year.’
‘I don’t think David Sullivan, David Gold, or myself have any intention of losing Declan,’ said the club’s owner.

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