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Declan Rice has been ruled out of West Ham's game against Wolves and could miss the European Championships depending on the severity of his injury.
Rice is facing a spell on the sidelines after picking up a knee injury in the last of England's three World Cup qualifiers against Poland.
The Telegraph say the 22-year-old has been wearing a protective brace to make sure he does no more damage, while the player and his club wait for the swelling to go down and for the results of the scans.
The initial diagnosis is that he could miss four weeks which would mean he could still play a part in the Hammers' Premier League run-in as they fight for a Champions League spot.
However, the worst case scenario, according to the report, would see Rice miss the rest of the season and undergo surgery which would almost certainly rule him out of the Euros.
David Moyes and Gareth Southgate are both sweating on the fitness of Rice, who has been one of the outstanding players for club and country this campaign.
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