West Ham boss David Moyes has slapped a £100m price-tag on Declan Rice.
Rice, who started all of England’s games at Euro 2020, has been heavily linked with Manchester United all summer and Chelsea have also been reportedly interested.
Moyes feels Jack Grealish’s £100m fee will be topped and stressed clubs can now reject mega-moves for their top talent.
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“Well it has been proved that they can,” said the Scotsman. “Teams can do that and I would have to say that if it is going that way now I think it will keep rising.
“I don’t see it coming down really, the next bunch of good players will probably be worth more than £100m in the future.
“It will probably continue but maybe those clubs have realised they can only buy one big player and not add lots more after that.”
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