West Ham United are willing to cut the asking price for Chelsea FC target Declan Rice.
Chelsea was the frontrunner to get the English midfielder last summer but was rebuffed following a higher asking price but with the financial bite brought about by Covid, the London-based club is now considering slashing that prize.
According to the Sun, the David Moyes coached side are willing to part ways with the player if they can get a club to give them £50million at the end of the season with the new amount being £30million less than what they were asking for the player last summer.
The Hammers want to reinforce the team for Moyes but they don’t have the financial muscle to do so after a perfect start to the season where they are currently placed seventh with 32 points.
"If we can carry our form into the Cup, why can’t we go all the way? I know we get Liverpool or Man Utd if we go through but let’s try to put a run together because if we get to Wembley let’s try and win something for this Club"— West Ham United (@WestHam) January 22, 2021
🗣 @_DeclanRice has high aspirations in the Cup 💪