Chelsea is seeking to strongly rebuild their squad ahead of the new season. This is all dependent on Chelsea's takeover which is hanging on a thread at the moment. The takeover has affected the contract situations of Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen who have already signed deals with different clubs.
The Blues have been eyeing prized assets since last summer key among them is Declan Rice who has attracted the attention of bigwigs far and wide. West Ham through Moyes demanded £150m for Rice, according to The Athletic, however, the Hammers have reportedly flexed their complexities in this figure. They are now willing to accept around £120m, according to 90min.
Manchester United is believed to sniff in this deal if they miss out on their prime summer target Frenkie de Jong. Rice is seen as a perfect alternative and Chelsea have to be keen on Man Utd if they really want to complete the deal to avoid a last-minute rush in the deal.
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