David Moyes has been handed a big increase after a favorable claim emerged over one of his essential West Ham stars this week …

What’s the word?

A lot has been made of Declan Rice’s future at the London Stadium and ahead of the upcoming transfer windows, interest in his signature is already mounting.

The Sun claim that Manchester City are all set to fight Manchester United in their efforts to secure the 22-year-old midfielder next summer season.

Chelsea are another side that has actually regularly been mooted with their previous academy starlet, whilst the Telegraph’s Matt Law exposed in July that Rice had actually declined two contract uses from the Hammers’ hierarchy.

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According to football.london’s Tom Clark, the 26-time England international is not for sale and the club aren’t open to fielding deals for Moyes’ essential man.

“What I have actually been told is he is happy, not for sale & & West Ham confirmed to me they’ve never ever received a deal for him & & aren’t open to one,” he tweeted. “₤ 100m is value WH have placed on him. David Moyes actually stated he’s worth more than ₤ 100m.”

Motivating increase

Rice has been an integral part of West Ham’s recent change in fortunes and as vice-captain to the retiring Mark Noble, his impact in this side can not be challenged.

Last season, the young midfielder ended the campaign as the Irons’ fourth highest-rated player based on WhoScored, having blazed a trail for interceptions (1.8 ), total passes (47.7) and passing accuracy (88%) per game.

He wasn’t far behind for tackles (1.8) per match, either.

And after a very remarkable Euro 2020, Rice has actually continued his extraordinary type into 2021/22.

As their existing second-best player, as per WhoScored ratings, the English powerhouse is blazing a trail when again in the same metrics, having balanced 2.3 interceptions, 65.5 passes and a 95% precision rate throughout the Hammers’ opening four video games thus far.

It simply highlights just how crucial he is to their fortunes as a great deal of their play is determined by him, whilst he also does the grunt work in defensive midfield.

The truth that Moyes values the Rush Green academy graduate at over ₤ 100m more reinforces his significance to the team and is the most best recommendation of his increase recently.

As much as he should have to be competing in the Champions League together with a few of his international colleagues, those around the London Stadium, especially the fanbase, can be relieved and thrilled by this newest advancement.

Valued at ₤ 63m by Transfermarkt, Rice seems a West Ham player for the foreseeable future.

AND in other news, Moyes must let loose “unplayable” ₤ 36m-rated beast in the Fellaini role this weekend


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