Declan Rice is next on line to become West Ham captain, according to David Moyes, and will not be able to leave the club until they receive a bid they can not refuse.

Moyes believes that the England midfielder will be the subject of further attention during the transfer window but also admits that the 21-year-old demonstrated his commitment to the nation when he signed a five-year deal in 2018.

“I ‘m sure he’ll be here because he’s under contract, but whatever club you ‘re at, even the biggest clubs are trading their best players for the right deal,” Moyes told Sky Sports.

“My goal is not at selling Declan at all, but at holding him. We can’t avoid other teams offering offers and I guess you ‘re going to report on the media, but the truth is we didn’t have any ideas for anyone. He’s a very good person and I see him helping us, I think he’s going to see what we ‘re trying to do to make him easier to play at West Ham.”

“I think that Declan is the future captain of West Ham ‘s going forward. If Mark Noble ends I think it will be Declan Rice. We don’t want to let him go, but once it happens, it will have to be the ‘Bank of England’ capital. I think that Declan is the future captain of West Ham ‘s going forward. If Mark Noble ends I think it will be Declan Rice. We don’t want to let him go, but once it happens, it will have to be the ‘Bank of England’ capital.”

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