Chelsea given greenlight to complete a deal for €60m-rated former midfielder in summer
By SportView | self meida writer
Published 4 days ago - 3 views
Chelsea won their last UCL match, following their 2:0 victory over FC Porto tonight.
The Blues have been linked with a move for some quality players in recent times, in order to build a title-winning team this coming summer transfer window.
However, the Blues have been given greenlight to complete a deal for one of their transfer target, as a report claims that, the Hammers's coach David Moyes admitted that West Ham United are ready to listen to offers from any club interested in signing 22-year old English player.
According to reports, West Ham United boss David Moyes will listen to offers for 22-year old English midfielder.
The 22-year old midfielder left Chelsea FC in 2013 and join West Ham United youth team for free, before he broke into West Ham United's senior squad in 2017.
However, Declan Rice has been an indispensable figure at West Ham United this season, having played 29 EPL matches for the Hammers this current campaign. According to transfermrkt, Rice is currently valued at €60million.
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