West Ham United’s Declan Rice is unhappy that the club’s enormous valuation has blocked a possible move to Chelsea or Manchester United.
The Hammers are unwilling to let the midfielder leave unless they receive an offer of more than £100 million.
With the transfer window closing on August 31, it looks unlikely that any club will fork out such a huge amount to secure his services.
As per the Telegraph, the 22-year-old is unhappy and will try to force his way out of the London Stadium by refusing to sign a new deal.
His current contract expires in 2024, with the Irons also having the option to extend his deal for one more season.
The English footballer is a highly talented player who enjoyed an impressive 2020-21 season, helping West Ham finish sixth and qualify for the Europa League.
He also played an important role for England at the European Championships as Gareth Southgate’s side made it to the final of the competition.
The 22-year-old played all seven matches for the Three Lions, helping the Three Lions claim five clean sheets.
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