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Declan Rice future: West Ham midfielder set to snub contract offer

Declan Rice is expected to reject West Ham's latest contract offer but the club continue to insist he is not leaving in the summer transfer window, sources told ESPN. The 23-year-old has turned down multiple extensions which would make him the highest paid player in West Ham's history on £200,000-a-week.
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Declan Rice rejects West Ham offer of eight-year deal worth £83m but club determined to keep midfielder

West Ham will not hold further talks with Declan Rice until the summer transfer window has closed after the midfielder turned down an eight-year contract worth £83m. Chelsea and Manchester United are interested in signing Rice this summer, but the 23-year-old's contract has two years to run and West Ham have the option to extend it by a further 12 months until 2025.
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Declan Rice accuses referee of ‘corruption’ as West Ham lose to Eintracht Frankfurt in Europa League

West Ham captain Declan Rice has accused referee Jesus Gil Manzano of ‘corruption’ and having been ‘paid’ following the Hammers’ Europa League exit to Eintracht Frankfurt.West Ham were beaten 1-0 in Germany on Thursday night, as Rafael Borre netted the only goal of the semi-final second leg – shortly after Aaron Cresswell was sent off and before David Moyes saw red.Left back Cresswell received a straight red card on 19 minutes for bringing down Jens Hauge when the Frankfurt forward was through on goal. It was Cresswell’s second sending-off in the knockout rounds, with the 32-year-old having also seen red...
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David Moyes: ‘Not a chance’ West Ham will punish Declan Rice for ‘corrupt referee’ rant

David Moyes says there is “not a chance” West Ham will discipline Declan Rice for accusing referee Jesus Gil Manzano of corruption following the club’s agonising Europa League exit.Hammers captain Rice berated the Spanish official during a foul-mouthed rant in the tunnel after Thursday evening’s semi-final elimination at the hands of Eintracht Frankfurt.The Premier League club intend to view the referee’s report before commenting on the incident, while UEFA could yet sanction the England midfielder.But manager Moyes – who does not believe Rice’s complaints to be genuine accusations and feels nothing untoward occurred – swiftly dismissed suggestions of internal punishment.“Not...
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