West Ham owner David Sullivan has admitted that Declan Rice has played his last game for the club after winning the Europa Conference League.
Rice has been heavily linked with Arsenal, Manchester United, and Bayern Munich.
Sullivan has now said the England international will be on his way, as he has set his heart on leaving the London club.
“I think it has to be [his last game]. We promised him he could go. He set his heart on going.
“You can’t ask for a man who has committed more to us this season. In due course, he has to get on, and we have to get a replacement or several replacements,” Sullivan told talkSPORT.
Sullivan also claimed Rice was offered £200,000 a week to stay with the Hammers 18 months ago, but he turned it down.
“It’s cost him £10 million to stay at West Ham in that time (in lost wages),” he added.