11pm Chelsea news LIVE: Rudiger ‘to return to squad’, Declan Rice £120,000-a-week bid, Dybala ‘offer’


Chelsea will reportedly go all out to grab Declan Rice in January – while West Ham will offer a double-your-money £120,000-a-week deal to keep him.

The Hammers will demand £80million for the player they grabbed after he was released by the Blues as a kid.

According to the Daily Star, Chelsea are determined to get him back.

But boss David Moyes is determined to keep his man – out of contract in 2024 – and the East Londoners will offer Rice a new £120,000-a-week five-year deal.

Meanwhile, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has claimed that a full Stretford End would have roared Manchester United on to victory against Chelsea on Saturday.

Despite many indoor theatres and other venues being open to spectators, fans are still not permitted into football stadia due to coronavirus restrictions.

Solskjaer fumed: “If we had that stadium or the Stretford End full we could have created more urgency. It lacks, that game lacks.

“You’re here watching the game and it’s a different sport. We miss the fans.”

In other news, N’Golo Kante has insisted the 0-0 draw with Manchester United was a ‘fair result’.

Speaking on the club website, he said: “It was a difficult game for both teams.

“It was tight in the midfield, it was difficult to get chances, so I think a draw is a fair result.”


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