West Ham United midfielder Declan Rice has reportedly turned down two offers of a new contract from the club amid persistent speculation surrounding his future.
Manager David Moyes has affirmed on numerous occasions that Rice is not for sale, and the Hammers are thought to have slapped a £100m price tag on his head in order to deter potential suitors.
However, The Telegraph reports that Rice has turned down two offers of a new contract from West Ham, with his existing deal set to run until 2024 with the option of another year.
The report also claims that Rice wants to be told if any club makes a formal approach for his services, and the prospect of Man United using Jesse Lingard in a part-exchange deal is not out of the question.
The 22-year-old is currently away on international duty with England and played 88 minutes of their Euro 2020 last-16 win over Germany on Tuesday evening.