Declan Rice ‘ruled out of West Ham’s clash vs Wolves and sweating on Euro 2020 hopes with England after knee injury’

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Declan Rice ‘ruled out of West Ham’s clash vs Wolves and sweating on Euro 2020 hopes with England after knee injury’

DECLAN RICE has been ruled out of West Ham’s game against Wolves and is sweating on his Euro 2020 hopes with England. The midfielder face

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DECLAN RICE has been ruled out of West Ham’s game against Wolves and is sweating on his Euro 2020 hopes with England.

The midfielder faces a spell on the sidelines with a knee injury which could threaten his involvement in this summer’s tournament.

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Declan Rice suffered the knee injury during England’s win over Poland[/caption]

Rice has reportedly been wearing a protective brace to ensure he does not do any more damage to his knee.

The highly-rated Hammers star suffered the knee injury in England’s game against Poland.

Rice has established himself as a key player for both club and country.

And both David Moyes and England boss Gareth Southgate will be nervously awaiting news on his availability.

The results of his scan will determine how long he will be out and there are fears his participation at the European Championships this summer could be at risk.

Rice received a kick to the knee in the win over Poland at Wembley but played on for the rest of the game.

The 22-year-old could be out for several weeks but a worst case scenario would result in surgery which could potentially end his season and scupper his England hopes this summer.

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Rice’s form has earned rave reviews, leading to links with Manchester United and Chelsea.

West Ham boss David Moyes has admitted the club will have to consider bids for his players.

But he insisted only a huge offer will lead to Rice departing and recently claimed the midfielder was worth more than £100million.



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