Current Westham United head coach David Moyes has today dismissed the reports claiming that he has held a transfer talk with Chelsea's club director Marina Granovskaia over the signature of the England star Declan Rice. Speaking to the Sun today evening, David Moyes claimed that no talk has taken place between him and Marina claiming that he has no intention of selling Rice this summer.
"Currently we have not held any transfer talk with them. We know that Chelsea are in need of Declan Rice but this is not the perfect time" says Moyes.
Declan Rice has been long time Chelsea's top target since Frank Lampard's era. Not only Chelsea are thirsting for his signature but also Manchester City and Paris Saint German. Rice is currently Moyes vice captain at Westham. He can play as a right back defender as well as a central defensive midfielder.
Moyes claimed that Declan Rice will remain at Westham United beyond next season. Declan Rice was in Chelsea's academy together with the likes of Mason Mount, Tammy Abraham and Fikayo Tomori. He joined Westham in 2017 and his contract will expire in June 2024.It is understood to be worth around £30,000-per-week, plus bonuses
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