West Ham Fans satisfied Rice's brother 'confirms' switch in chat with Moyes
WEST HAM followers have been left satisfied that Declan Rice will go away this summer time after his brother was noticed in dialog with David Moyes.
The midfielder, 24, is closely linked with a transfer away from the Hammers this Summer season, as his contract continues to run down.
Rice enters the ultimate yr of his contract this summer time however West Ham do have the choice to increase by an additional yr.
The Hammers captain produced one other dominant midfield efficiency throughout Sunday’s 3-1 victory over Leeds and topped it off along with his fifth purpose of the season.
However eagle-eyed West Ham followers have been left heartbroken by what his brother appeared to say to Moyes.
Fans on Twitter believed they might see Declan’s brother mouth “final game” as he engaged in dialog with the supervisor.
Different followers additionally thought they seen a distinction in Rice’s manner in the course of the match.
In a video posted on Twitter, Rice seemed to be savouring the ultimate moments of Sunday’s conflict with Leeds, wanting up on the stands of the Olympic Stadium wistfully.
The fan who posted the video on Twitter captioned it “Don’t overthink it, don’t overthink it.”
However with Rice‘s contract coming into its ultimate yr, and the midfielder refusing to signal a brand new deal, that is precisely what West Ham followers will likely be doing.
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The England midfielder is attracting curiosity from Arsenal and Manchester United in addition to reported European curiosity from Bayern Munich.
West Ham have set a price ticket of £100 million for his or her captain.
Rice will likely be hoping to depart West Ham on a excessive after the staff reached the Europa Convention League Ultimate with a 1-0 victory over AZ Alkmaar on Thursday.
The Hammers will face off with Fiorentina within the Convention League ultimate on June seventh in Prague.
Rice will intention to be the primary West Ham captain to win a trophy for the membership since Billy Bonds lifted the FA Cup at Wembley in 1980.