- Declan Rice is a top summer transfer target for Frank Lampard
- However, West Ham are said to be unwilling to let go the midfielder for a cut-price
- Triple H has now moved to advise the Englishman to remain with the Hammers ahead of the new season
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WWE legend Triple H has advised Declan Rice against leaving West Ham United this summer.
Rice is wanted at Chelsea to bolster the club's squad, with Frank Lampard understood to be a huge admirer of the midfielder.
The Englishman grew through the ranks at Chelsea academy alongside Mason Mount, but the Blues released him at the age of 14.
The 21-year-old would later join West Ham where he established himself as one of the finest midfielders of his generation.
His fine form with the Hammers saw him attract interest from a number of clubs, with Chelsea emerging as serious contenders for his services.
However, Triple H, who is an ardent West Ham fan wants Rice to turn down a move to Stamford Bridge and remain with the David Moyes-tutored side.
The former wrestler believes the England international will be in a position to build a legendary status with West Ham should he commit his future to the London club.
"I have a message for one Declan Rice. Declan, you’ve got big decisions ahead of you and I understand that," Metro UK quoted Triple H saying.
"Stay with West Ham and become the hero, become the champion, become everything that they all know Declan Rice can be," he noted.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Brock Lesnar has ended his spell with World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) after his contract ended with the biggest pro-wrestling company.
The former Universal Champion lasted stepped into the ring against Drew McIntyre as he lost his belt at WrestleMania 36 back in April.
The 43-year-old and chairman of WWE Vince McMahon failed to reach an agreement over his contract extension.
Legit.ng had also reported Mike Tyson is now training with WWE Hall of Famer Kurt Angle and former UFC bantamweight champion Henry Cejudo ahead of his heavyweight clash with Roy Jones Jr.
The boxing bout is slated for November 28, Tyson at age 54 still believes he has what it takes to deliver his heavy punches that wrecked opponents.
Tyson, Angle and Cejudo were spotted together at the weekend as the Iron Mike as he prepares for his money-spinning exhibition match.
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