Declan Rice Hints at Future Move After West Ham’s Historic Win

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West Ham United’s captain Declan Rice has hinted at a possible move away from the club following their historic victory in the Europa Conference League final. The Hammers ended their 43-year wait for a trophy with a thrilling 2-1 win over Fiorentina in Prague, and Rice’s future has been a hot topic since.

A Bittersweet Moment

An emotional Rice admitted that he was unsure if his final act as West Ham captain was lifting the Europa Conference League trophy. He expressed his joy at the victory, stating, “This means absolutely everything. The lads have been so on it and we had a real belief.” He also praised the fans and the staff at the club, adding, “The fans have made me one of their own. Now I have really experienced what it is like to be a West Ham player. I am so, so happy.

However, when asked about his future amid strong links with a move to Arsenal, Rice remained non-committal. He said, “I’m just going to try and take the moment in and let’s just see what happens. At the moment, there is a lot of speculation about my future and there is interest out there from other clubs.

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Moyes’ Triumph

West Ham’s manager David Moyes also expressed his joy at the victory, calling it the high point of his long managerial career. He said, “The moments you get to celebrate with your family and win in the last minute of the game, it doesn’t happen often. It can go against you but tonight is a brilliant feeling.

Moyes also reflected on the journey that led to this moment, stating, “If somebody had said three years ago when I took the job that you’d avoid relegation and finish in Europe and I’ve said you were mad.

The victory was not just a win for West Ham United, but a personal triumph for David Moyes and a bittersweet moment for Declan Rice, who may be considering his future at the club.

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