WWE legend Triple H urges Declan Rice to snub Chelsea transfer to become 'hero to West Ham fans that have supported you'
WWE legend Triple H has urged Declan Rice to stay at West Ham amid interest from Chelsea.
The Game has given a heavyweight boost to Hammers fans desperate to see England star Rice commit his future to the Irons.
Triple H will hope he has more luck than the time he failed to convince Dimitri Payet to stay at the club.
The 14-time WWE world champion has now delivered a special message to Hammers star Rice and encouraged him to become a hero.
While promoting NXT UK, Hammers fan Triple H said: “It’s a new season, a new time, a new launching point for us, NXT UK on BT Sport.
“But for many others as well, including West Ham. So I have a message for one Declan Rice. Declan, you’ve got big decisions ahead of you and I understand that.
“Far be it from me to tell you what to do, but I’d like to give you a point of view that sometimes in life there are more important things.
Stay with West Ham and become the hero, become the champion, become everything that they all know Declan Rice can be
“There is an opportunity to be something more, to be a hero, to be a hero to fans that have supported you.
“To be a hero to people that have watched you come up through a system and succeed in that system.
“To be a hero and build something on your own. To not just succeed, but to succeed on your terms. Build your franchise, build your legacy.
“To become something more, to become the one and only, to become the first Declan Rice.
“Stay with the people that brought you to the dance.
“Stay with West Ham and become the hero, become the champion, become everything that they all know Declan Rice can be.”
SunSport previously reported that Chelsea still want £80million-rated Rice from London rivals West Ham.
Blues boss Frank Lampard sees the midfielder — who also plays in defence — as the ideal man to help the club get back in the Premier League title mix.
Rice, who was released by Chelsea at age 14, played every minute for West Ham last term to help David Moyes' side avoid relegation.
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