West Ham takes a big hit in his search for the top four, as midfielder Declan Rice is ruled out for a month after sustaining a knee injury while on international service with England.
- West Ham would be without Declan Rice for a month due to a knee problem
- Rice’s absence will be a big blow as West Ham wants to finish in the top four
- The 22-year-old suffered the injury while on his international service with England
West Ham midfielder Declan Rice will be out for a month due to a knee injury.
The news will come as a major blow to The Hammers in their quest for a top four finish.
As reported by Sky SportsRice suffered the injury while on his international service with England.
West Ham midfielder Declan Rice will be out for a month after a knee injury
Rice has often been the captain of West Ham on the field this season, while Mark Noble has been used less frequently.
22-year-old Rice has been an inspirational figure for David Moyes’ side, who have defied expectations this season and are currently seventh in the Premier League, just two points behind fourth with a game in hand against Chelsea. Tottenham and Liverpool. , which are directly above it.
The news will be a major blow to David Moyes, with Rice excelling this season
Rice hopes his injury will not affect his chances of playing for England at Euro 2020
In that game, West Ham will face Wolves on Monday evening, while Rice will also miss key clashes against Leicester, Newcastle and Chelsea.
In Rice’s absence, Moyes could give more opportunities to the experienced Noble.
Rice hopes his injury will not affect his expected engagement for England at Euro 2020 this summer.
During the recent international break, Rice appeared to have established himself as a key part of Gareth Southgate’s team.