West Ham United have no plans to bring down their £100m asking cost for England international Declan Rice, as indicated by a report.
The Hammers midfielder has been involved in transfer speculation for the past two seasons, with his former club Chelsea being well-known admirers of his work.
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However, they are not the only Premier League team interested in landing his signature, with both Manchester City and Manchester United also keeping tabs on him.
According to football.london, West Ham have never received a bid for Rice, who currently has three years left on his contract, and they have valued him at £100m.
The Hammers have the option to extend his deal, which runs out in 2024, by another year if they wish, and the midfielder is said to be fully focused on the current campaign.
Rice has turned down two new contract offers during the summer from West Ham, but he remains a regular in the starting lineup for both David Moyes and Gareth Southgate.