West Ham United have reduced their price tag for midfielder Declan Rice amid interest from Chelsea and Manchester United.
The England international was linked with a high-profile exit this summer, but a transfer did not materialise due to the price tag.
The Hammers wanted more than £100 million for his sale. The non-negotiable free put off interested clubs from signing him.
According to Football Insider, the London outfit are braced for the departure of Rice next summer amid his contract standoff.
He has turned down multiple contract offers on the table. The Hammers are now open to selling him when he is highly valued.
Rice will enter the final two years of his contract next summer, and the Hammers are open to selling him for around £90m.
United are prioritising a new defensive midfielder. Rice is reportedly the top transfer target for manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Chelsea are long-term admirers of their former graduate. It has been rumoured that they want Rice to feature in central defence.