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SportDeclan Rice set to stay at West Ham

14:41  18 june  2019
14:41  18 june  2019 Source:

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Rice ready to play 'dirty' to disrupt Netherlands star De Jong Declan Rice said England's Nations League clash with Netherlands will be the biggest game he has played in if he is involved.

Paul Mariner, Alejandro Moreno, Stewart Robson and Adrian Healey of ESPN FC answer fan questions in Extra Time, including: if Declan Rice should remain at West Ham United, (2:10) whether it would be more likely for Alejandro Moreno to score a sitter or Paul Mariner to break his nose in a match, (4:00)

Gonzo responds to the speculation that manager Manuel Pellegrini is ready to offload England midfielder Declan Rice .

Declan Rice set to stay at West Ham © Mike Hewitt/Getty Images Sport Chelsea FC v West Ham United - Premier League

Football Insider are reporting that England international Declan Rice is set to reject any approaches from teams this summer, amid interest from Chelsea and Manchester United.

The report claims that both teams are interested in signing the 20-year-old defensive midfielder ahead of next season.

Rice was sensational for West Ham last season and was a crucial part in their 10th-place finish.

His ability to break up play was crucial for Pellegrini’s men and he went on to appear in 34 of the Hammers’ league games, in which he also scored twice.

Rice also earned himself three caps for the England senior team, a testament to the great season he enjoyed in London.

It’s said that defensive-midfielder is settled at the club and wants to play another season with the Hammers. Rice, who joined the club from Chelsea at a young age, is dearly loved by the West Ham faithful.

West Ham stand firm on Arnautovic stance.
West Ham are determined to keep hold of Marko Arnautovic this summer and have reiterated that he is going nowhere, as reported by Mail Online. Inter Milan are the latest club to have been linked with a summer swoop for the Austria international forward, with the Nerazzurri keen on reuniting Arnautovic with the San Siro. While the 30-year old is behind Manchester United’ Romelu Lukaku and Roma’s Edin Dzeko in Inter’s list of transfer targets, the Hammers are keen to reiteate their desire to keep their star man at the London Stadium beyond the summer.

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