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Declan Rice has everything to play in a team that fights for great things and the best in the Premier League want to have his services. West Ham have priced him at 150 million pounds and will wait for them to sit down to negotiate to take their jewel.

By Facundo Di Bona (@facudibona).

West Ham is aware that in Declan Rice they have a player capable of leading the team in one of the best seasons in its history, qualified for the quarterfinals of the Europa League and in the fight for the qualification places for the Champions League in the Premier League.

But also, as a result of his great performance, he has aroused the interest, and for some time now, of all the big Premier League teams.

Shining in both domestic and European competitions and settled in the England national team under Gareth Southgate, West Ham captain Declan Rice is ready to take another step in his career.

That is why David Moyes’ side has been quick to price the 23-year-old in a bid to scare off suitors or at least postpone the sale of their franchise player as long as possible.

The 150 million pounds, about 180 million euros, that West Ham will demand from teams interested in Declan Rice, according to the British newspaper Daily Mail, would make the English player the most expensive signing in the history of the Premier League, surpassing by 60 million euros what Manchester City paid Aston Villa for Jack Grealish last summer.

The most expensive in England and the third most expensive in history, since with the figures handled by the English press only Neymar and Kylian Mbappé would exceed the hypothetical transfer of Declan Rice.

Anyway, for Declan Rice to end up leaving London, or at least West Ham, there will have to be some team willing to put those 180 million euros on the table Hammer.

The team leading the battle for Declan Rice is Manchester United, who see the player as the ideal replacement for Paul Pogba, who is edging ever closer to leaving the club this summer as a free agent.

Also in the fray, though, is Chelsea, from whom Declan Rice left when he was just 14 years old, but problems stemming from sanctions against owner Roman Abramovich have left him on the back foot.

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