West Ham hopeful Declan Rice will stay

first_imgWest Ham United are facing tough times in trying to secure a long-term future for the young player of the year Declan Rice after he rejected an improved contract offer they tabled.However, West Ham are self-assured that teenage defender Declan Rice will still stay at the club even after his new agents WMG have turned down the club’s opening proposal, according to Standard Uk.The 19-year-old current deal will end in 2020 and is worth £3,000 a week. The new offer would see that figure rise to £8,000.Rice became a first-team regular in the last season as a result of injuries. The Republic of Ireland international star turned down West Ham’s initial offer which has stimulated interest from potential suitors.Mason MountRice tips Mount for greater things Taimoor Khan – September 11, 2019 Declan Rice says that Mason Mount is going to match the exploits of Frank Lampard when he was in his prime during his playing…They are just beginning to go into talks about the defender’s future as West Ham look set to return with a better offer.Rice made 31 senior appearances last season, including 26 in the Premier League, and also made his senior international debut for the Republic of Ireland.Also, Scotland midfield player Robert Snodgrass will return to West Ham when they start pre-season training next month, following the end of his loan spell at Aston Villa.last_img

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