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Liverpool are reportedly considering a move for West Ham midfielder Declan Rice this summer to fill the void left by Gini Wijnaldum.
According to Eurosport, Manchester United, Chelsea, and Manchester City are the front-runners before now to lure Rice away from West Ham.
Declan Rice hits back at critics who say he and Kalvin Phillips aren't good enough to play for England at the Euros.https://t.co/dgFnd4IiIR#lufc
- Graham Smyth (@GrahamSmyth) June 30, 2021
It is believed West Ham want around £100 million for the England Euros star.
Portuguese midfielder Renato Sanches has also been linked with a move to Anfield in the past week, as reports suggest he wants a big move away from Lille this summer.
Rice has recently turned down two contract extensions from West Ham suggesting that he believes it's time to test himself at the next level. The England midfielder would undoubtedly be a good addition to Jurgen Klopp's side.
Declan Rice turned down 2 West Ham extensions, but it was primarily to get more money and become their top earner.
Man United, Man City and Chelsea have been linked with him, but Liverpool have now joined the race.#WHU confident of keeping him.https://t.co/nMQ1F5Iv7C
- Pranav Shahaney (@PrSchadenfreude) July 2, 2021
Transfer rumours have been subdued though as it's unlikely that any of the clubs involved will pay over £100 million for him.
Roy Keane recently referred to Declan Rice's Euro 2020 performances as 'excellent', and to be fair England fans can't help but agree.
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