West Ham boss David Moyes insists he would not sell Declan Rice even for £100m, adding the club do not need Champions League football next season to keep the 22-year-old.
Hammers co-owner David Sullivan is understood to value his prized asset at somewhere around an eye-watering nine-figure sum.
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Moyes said: “I don’t agree with the owners that Declan Rice is a £100m footballer. Far, far more than £100m. Far, far more
“I look at the players who have joined some clubs from overseas and come in and nowhere near had the impact Declan Rice would have
“I certainly wouldn’t put a price on it. You can decide which figure you want to put on it but I wouldn’t be sanctioning anything like that, that’s for sure.
Rice last week admitted he had his sights set on a Premier League top-four finish with West Ham this season.