David Moyes has thrown cold water on suggestions that Declan Rice could leave West Ham next month. A number of Premier League rivals have been linked with the England World Cup star, including United.
During the summer, Moyes said Rice would likely cost north of £150m given his importance to the Hammers. United have limited funds heading into the winter window and a big-money move for any player is unlikely. Erik ten Hag is searching for a new striker with the loan market to be explored.
However, the Dutchman will have one eye on continuing the rebuild project over the summer, which the board have
Rice could be a player targeted with the anchorman previously indicating his desire to play Champions League football in the future.
West Ham were knocking on the door of the top four last season but a rough start to the new campaign sees them already 16 points off a Champions League spot. United, meanwhile, are just a point away after Tuesday’s 3-0 win over Nottingham Forest.
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