The England international has a deal at the London Stadium through 2024, and David Moyes’ team has the right to extend it by an additional year. Despite continuous rumors about his future, the Hammers seem optimistic that Rice will stay because he is committed to a fairly long-term contract.
Yet it can cost a fair penny if West Ham decides to cash in on Rice. Gallas stated that the Englishman is not yet worth £100 million and that he will only attain that figure after he establishes himself at “the top clubs” in an interview with Genting Casino.
He isn’t worth £100 million, as [Roy] Keane has pointed out. The former defender for Arsenal and Chelsea stated, “That is not his value yet. But it turns around.
Mark Noble discussed the possibility of Rice leaving West Ham in the summer last month. Dec will always be praised at West Ham as a wonderful player and as a top, top person, according to the sporting director of the Hammers. Yet, I don’t believe anyone has a problem with his going out and winning. “Wherever Declan ends up, or however much someone pays for him, whether it’s here or anywhere else, he’s worth every penny,” the group said. “We just hope he’ll keep performing as he has over the last month or so.”