Yesterday, Arsenal submitted their first offer to buy Declan Rice worth £80m, plus £10m in extra fees. However, West Ham immediately denied.
According to Sky Sports, the Emirates Stadium team will return immediately with a new price of about £ 100 million.
The Hammers also asked the partner to pay for this transfer in 2 installments, the deadline for completion is before 2025.
According to the foggy media, Arsenal can assign Emile Smith Rowe or Nketiah as part of a player exchange.
Declan Rice is the Gunners’ number 1 target this summer. Although Man City rushed to compete, Arsenal were confident to win.
Rice himself also turns his heart to the Emirates Stadium, because he wants to play in the Champions League, undisturbed about the living environment in London.
However, West Ham are demanding large sums of money upfront, while Arsenal are hoping for a payment term of two to four years.
In addition to Declan Rice, Arsenal also dared to buy striker Kai Havertz, currently valued at £70 million by Chelsea.