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West Ham Youngster Declan Rice Pledges International Future To England After Winning Three Caps For Republic Of Ireland – Football Article

Embed from Getty Images West Ham youngling Declan Rice has confirmed that he plans to pursue an international career with England rather than Republic of Ireland. Though born in London, 20-year-old Rice qualifies to play for Ireland through his grandparents and has made 13 appearances for the Boys In Green, including three at senior level. However, those three caps all came in non-competitive/friendly matches, meaning under FIFA rules he was still free and able to make the switch. Embed from…

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Tottenham Hotspur weighing up £35m Declan Rice bid | Football Action – Football Article

Tottenham Hotspur have reportedly expressed an interest in making a £35m swoop for West Ham United midfielder Declan Rice, according to The Express. The 20-year-old midfielder’s future was the subject of speculation in the latter stages of 2018, but the youngster ultimately signed a new long-term contract with the Hammers, which will keep him at the London Stadium until 2024. The Republic of Ireland international has been in impressive form for the east London outfit this term, netting once in…

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Tottenham plan a £35 million swoop for West Ham’s young star – Football Article

Tottenham are planning a £35 million swoop for West Ham midfielder Declan Rice, according to The Express. With the last six months being spent questioning who Rice will be playing for on the international stage, fans are now wondering who the central midfielder will be playing for at a club level as well, with both Liverpool and Spurs reportedly interested in the 20-year-old. The current Republic of Ireland international, which could potentially change to England international, has made 22 appearances…

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West Ham 1-1 Liverpool: Key winners & losers as PL title race heats up – Football Article

Liverpool dropped points for the second consecutive game as they were held 1-1 by West Ham United. Sadio Mane gave Liverpool the lead midway through the first half but it would last just seven minutes with Michail Antonio equalising from a well-worked free-kick. That would be all she wrote as neither side could find a second-half breakthrough, despite good opportunities, with the spoils shared. But who were the winners and losers from the night? Winner: Michail Antonio With Marko Arnautovic…

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