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Rice unhappy with price tag

England international Declan Rice is unhappy that he is being priced out of a dream move this summer.

Rice has been heavily linked with a move to Chelsea, and Manchester United are also monitoring developments as they step-up their search for a  world-class defensive midfielder.

However, West Ham have slapped a £100 million transfer on the head of the former Chelsea academy player, effectively meaning he will not be going anywhere in the current window.

He has been offered a new improved deal at the East London club, but Rice has no intention of agreeing to fresh terms and still hopes he may be able to force a way out before deadline day.

The 22-year old is under contract at West Ham until 2024, although his current deal does include the option for a further year.

He has ambitions of winning trophies and playing Champions League football, something he is unlikely to do, he believes, in hs current environment.

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