According to recent rumors, West Ham might earn around £200 million from player sales this summer.
Declan Rice and Jarrod Bowen are two of West Ham’s most sought-after players ahead of the upcoming transfer window, and CaughtOffside has revealed that Bowen is a target for Liverpool and his value has jumped to £75 million.
As for Rice, he has been linked with Chelsea, but he also has admirers in the form of Manchester United and may cost as much as £120 million.
If both of these players leave West Ham this summer, the Hammers may raise $195 million in the transfer market.
Of course, it’s reasonable to assume that the east London club will be desperate to keep both of these vital players from leaving in the same transfer window, since even a fee close to £200 million would be insufficient to aid David Moyes’s rebuilding efforts.
WHUFC needs to keep at least one of these players, no matter how difficult it may be, because it would cost a fortune to replace them.