West Ham United have reportedly told Chelsea they must pay £100m if they wish to sign Declan Rice this summer.
The Blues have been linked with a move for the 22-year-old throughout this summer, having released him from their academy at the age of 14.
However, David Moyes is not willing to let Rice go easily, and as a result he has placed a big price tag on the midfielder, who has three years left on his contract at the London Stadium.
If the Blues do make a bid, they could offer striker Tammy Abraham, who is valued at around £40m, as part of the fee.
Rice has made 145 appearances for West Ham since breaking into the team four years ago, and started all seven of England's games at this summer's European Championship as they got to the final.