West Ham have confirmed that Declan Rice has departed the club ahead of his transfer to Arsenal.
The Hammers announced Rice’s departure in a statement released on their website on Saturday.
Rice is set to join Arsenal for a British record transfer fee of £105million.
The move to North London will bring an end to a 10-year stay with the Hammers.
The club wrote:”West Ham United can confirm that agreement has been reached for Declan Rice to leave the Club for a British record transfer fee.
“The 24-year-old England midfielder leaves the Hammers having made a total of 245 senior appearances for the Club – the last of which finished in glory last month as he lifted the UEFA Europa Conference League trophy in Prague to end our 43-year wait for a major honour.
“Having progressed from the Academy of Football at Chadwell Heath, where he began his Claret and Blue journey as a 14-year-old in 2013 before making his first-team debut against Burnley in May 2017, the Kingston-born…
Source: Complete Sports