Declan Rice's brother may have 'confirmed' West Ham exit amid Arsenal and Chelsea links
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As speculation over Declan Rice's future continues to swirl, one of his brothers may have just confirmed his next move.
He will hope to set a new record in the remaining weeks of the season, with West Ham taking on Leicester on the final day of the Premier League campaign before facing Fiorentina in the UEFA Conference League final on June 7.
Rice has already rejected the offer of a new contract in West Ham and is entering the final two years of his current deal at the London Stadium.
Arsenal are strong favourites to sign the England international this summer, with Chelsea also interested in the midfielder.
West Ham are expected to demand at least £100m for Rice, who was spotted doing his own lap of honour after West Ham's win over Leeds in their final home game of the season.
Has Rice's brother confirmed he's leaving?
Another moment after the match may have provided a clue over Rice's long-term career plans.
One of his brothers, either Connor or Jordan, was spotted chatting with West Ham manager David Moyes after the final whistle.
In a clip circulating on social media, Rice's brother appears to say the words 'final game' to Moyes.
While he may have been referring to the club's final home game of the season, or potentially the upcoming final against Fiorentina, he could also have been speaking about his brother and a move away this summer.
What has Rice said about his future?
Rice has kept tight-lipped about his plans but suggested earlier this season that he could be prepared to leave West Ham in search of Champions League football.
"One hundred per cent I want to play in the Champions League," Rice said in December.
"For the last two or three years I've been saying that. I've been playing consistently well for my club and I feel like I really want to keep pushing.
"I see my friends here (with England at the World Cup), who are playing Champions League and competing for big trophies.
"You only get one career and at the end of it you want to look back at what you've won and the biggest games you've played in.
"I really want to do that."