According to Daily Mail, West Ham are prepared to sell Declan Rice to Manchester City in the summer if they receive an offer of £100million for their captain.
Rice, 24, is keen on leaving West Ham this summer after agreeing to stay this season to help lead West Ham in the wake of Mark Noble’s retirement.
The England midfielder’s contract expires in 2024 and West Ham can trigger a one-year extension.
West Ham they will have to sell Rice this summer because the England international is ready to leave to compete for the biggest trophies.
Rice has made no secret of his ambition to play in the Champions League. Arsenal are favourites to sign him, but Chelsea, Liverpool Manchester City and Manchester United are also admirers.
West Ham feel an exit is inevitable, but will only sell if the right offer arrives.