Chelsea might be sealing the move for Declan Rice sooner than expected as the player has made it clear that he wants a move back to Stamford Bridge where he started as a youth player in their Academy.
The move has been one of the most talked-about over the last window which failed to materialized as the Blues couldn’t meet up with the asking price set by West Ham United which was £80 million.
Chelsea will be hoping this time around they can complete the move for Declan Rice who wants to make the switch back to where he started out as a young player playing for the Academy.
The Hammers star keen on switch and Chelsea are ready to rekindle their interest in Declan Rice who has proven to be a world class player since leaving Chelsea’s Academy.
According to reports from The Mirror, the West Ham United Star player is keen on a move but the Blues will have a huge task of meeting up with the price placed on him which is around £70 million.
He will, however, not be forcing the issue at the London Stadium which means that those at Stamford Bridge may find it difficult to put in a sale of around that big money region.
If a deal can be reach for a reduced price then Chelsea can make the move which has been long held by the fellow Londoners West Ham United since the last transfer window.