Spanish giants prepare to make West Ham’s Declan Rice an incredible offer after World Cup performances.
Spanish football giants Real Madrid are expected to make Decal Rice an offer they hope he can’t refuse, to move to the Bernabeu next season.
The Spanish club who have been monitoring Declan Rice, The West Ham United and England midfielder, for over two seasons, with regular contact with Club owner David Sullivan and visits to the London Stadium.
Now after the player had expressed his desire to play at the top of the professional game and wishing to play in the Champions League each season, the Los Blancos are ready to offer the sought-after player 300 000 euros a week on a five-year contract, netting the player a basic wage over the agreement of a staggering 72 million euros, to which on top of he will also be offered bonuses, endorsements and percentage of marketing rights expected to take his 5-year earnings over 200 million.
Sources have revealed in Madrid the offer is set to be made in the next seven days, ensuring Rice selects the Spanish giants over current interested Premiership Clubs.
West Ham United supporters who have been prepared for a while to lose their star player, knowing their club can’t hold back his career, are expected to understand the move and be glad not to see him go to another Premiership Club. Meanwhile, it’s understood Rice also carries the same sentiment after coming through the ranks at West Ham after being rejected by Chelsea as an academy player.
It’s widely known in football circles the West Ham board are open to offers for their star player before his current contract runs down, with Real Madrid easily as one if not the largest football club in the world able to match the West Ham’s board asking price of a reported offers over £150 million.