Manchester United target Declan Rice’s price tag has been revealed by the Hammers who are asking for huge amount of money from interested suitors.
The young midfielder’s reputation continues to grow as a result of his magical performances throughout last season and the two Manchester clubs are credited with interests in his services.
United were leading the race for his signature during the summer transfer window as Solskjaer looked to replace departed midfielders Ander Herrera and Marouane Fellaini but the Hammers managed to hold on to their youngster.
Latest report emanating from the Express now claims that the Hammers are set to let go of the English international as long as United or City meet their £100m asking price.
The British media revealed that Manuel Pellegrini’s side won’t let go of Rice unless United agree to meet their evaluation.
Rice has been massively involved in West Ham’s sparkling start to the season and he’s reportedly happy to remain at the London Stadium beyond the winter window.
The 20-year-old has played seven matches this season as he continues to play an important role in the Hammers hope of qualifying for next season’s Champions League competition.