WEST HAM star Declan Rice has admitted he wants to play in the Champions League amid intense interest from various Premier League big hitters.The Hammers have been enjoying a remarkable campaign after narrowly avoiding relegation last season and Rice has been among those leading the charge.The east Londoners are determined to qualify for Europe and have recently been embroiled in a heated battle for a top-four finish.
The midfielder has been a key part of David Moyes' side this season, with the Hammers battling for a spot in next season's Champions League and United are now eyeing a move Manchester United transfer target Declan Rice has dropped a huge hint that he could depart West Ham in search of European football.
West Ham remain in contention for Champions League qualification with four games left and David Moyes will be feeling even more optimistic if he beats his former side at the London Stadium.These are heady times for West Ham, who hope that Declan Rice is closing in on a return from his knee injury.
Declan Rice's recent comments will have alerted Manchester United and Chelsea ahead of the summer transfer window West Ham midfielder Declan Rice has admitted he dreams of playing in the Champions League amid interest from Manchester United and Chelsea.The 22-year-old has developed into a key player for the Hammers and has helped fuel an unlikely bid for a top four finish this season.
Declan Rice is back in training ahead of the visit of Everton after spending five weeks out with a knee injury.Boss David Moyes must decide whether to pitch the England international straight back in or wait until Brighton next weekend.Angelo Ogbonna, Arthur Masuaku and Mark Noble are still injury doubts.
Declan Rice is back in training and poised to give West Ham’s Champions League push a major boost.The England international has not played since suffering a knee injury at the end of March.Boss David Moyes is confident Rice will return to play a big role in the run-in and did not rule the 21-year-old out of Sunday’s visit of Everton.
Declan Rice injury: West Ham midfielder back in training as Hammers’ top-four chase goes down to wire
Knee injury has kept the England international out since late March West Ham United captain Declan Rice has returned to training and is nearing a return to competitive football.The England midfielder has not played since sustaining a knee injury in late March, which left his role in West Ham’s race for a top-four spot up in the air.
Declan Rice has stepped up his recovery from a knee injury, but West Ham manager David Moyes remains coy on when the England international could return.Moyes is desperate for the 22-year-old to be available for selection having been sidelined since the March international break, during which he suffered knee ligament damage against Poland.
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Manchester City 'will weigh up move for West Ham star Declan Rice' if captain Fernandinho chooses to leave this summer - but there's competition from Manchester United and Chelsea
Manchester City are considering whether to make a move for West Ham midfielder Declan Rice if Fernandinho leaves at the end of the season, according to reports.Club captain Fernandinho, 36, will see his deal run down at the end of next month and, while City are said to be open to tabling a 12-month extension, his future remains firmly up in the air.
What the papers say A quartet of Premier League sides will be looking to land Yves Bissouma, with Arsenal said to be leading the race for the Brighton midfielder, ahead of Tottenham, West Ham and Everton, according to the Daily Express.Meanwhile, Manchester City could also put a bid in for the 24-year-old Bissouma should they give up their pursuit of West Ham’s Declan Rice, the Daily Star writes.
Manchester United have been linked with both Erling Haaland and Harry Kane.Manchester United are in the market for a striker this summer and they have been heavily linked with Erling Haaland and Harry Kane.However, former United midfielder Owen Hargreaves believes a move for either player is not "realistic" at the moment.
Which club will win the race for Rice?Manchester City have entered the race for West Ham United midfielder Declan Rice, according to the Times.Pep Guardiola has made the defensive-midfield position a priority as club captain Fernandinho is unsure whether to extend his stay at the Etihad Stadium.
DECLAN RICE is reportedly on Manchester City's radar if Pep Guardiola needs a new defensive midfielder in the summer.Champions League final opponents Chelsea have also been credited with interest in the West Ham star, along with Manchester United.City are waiting on a decision from club captain Fernandinho over his future before entering the market for a replacement.
Manchester City have identified Declan Rice as a possible long-term successor for Fernandinho and are plotting a move for the West Ham star should their long-serving Brazilian leave the Premier League champions-elect this summer.The 36-year-old is out of contract at the end of the season and had been widely expected to depart after eight, glorious trophy-laden years at the club.
Manchester United and Manchester City are set to battle it out for Declan Rice this summer.Manchester United could well have the upper hand in the race to sign Declan Rice from West Ham, with Manchester City reportedly taking a bizarre approach to the transfer battle.Rice is set to be a man in demand this summer, with both Manchester clubs interested in signing him.
Declan Rice has been heavily linked with a move to Manchester United since the end of last season.Man Utd: Solskjaer promises better communication from board Manchester United could be set to end their interest in West Ham United midfielder Declan Rice as club chiefs believe the 22-year-old is too slow and too expensive, according to reports.