Declan Rice is set to make a decision on his future this summer, with Arsenal and Manchester United both interested in signing him.
The West Ham captain wants to leave the club at the end of the season, and he is reportedly keen to stay in London.
Arsenal are preparing an offer of €80 million for Rice, but West Ham are likely to demand more.
The Hammers value the 24-year-old at around €100 million, and they are in no rush to sell.
Manchester United have also been linked with Rice, but it is believed that he would prefer to join Arsenal.
The Gunners are a more attractive proposition for Rice, as they are playing in the Champions League and they have a young and exciting team.
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta is a big fan of Rice, and he sees him as a long-term replacement for Thomas Partey and Granit Xhaka.
Rice is a versatile midfielder who can play in a number of positions, and he would be a major addition to Arsenal’s squad.
The transfer saga is likely to drag on for a few more weeks, but it is clear that Rice is set to leave West Ham this summer. It remains to be seen which club he will join, but Arsenal are the favorites to sign him.