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Chelsea target Declan Rice would reach ‘another level’ surrounded by ‘better players’, says Aaron Cresswell

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Aaron Cresswell has admitted Declan Rice would reach 'another level' if he were to ever leave West Ham amid speculation linking him with a move to Chelsea.

The 21-year-old has emerged as one of the Premier League's top young talents in recent seasons, and although starting out for the Hammers as a centre-back, Rice has proven he has the skillset to play in midfield.



Although Rice's fellow West Ham team-mate Cresswell wants him to stay at the London Stadium, he can see the midfielder progressing to the next level if he makes the step up to a bigger club.



'He's close to 100 Premier League games already, and I'm not just saying that because he's a West Ham player and a good mate of mine, but I really do believe he's one of the top talents in the country,' Cresswell told talkSPORT. 'I wouldn't like to see him leave, but if he were to ever leave he would become another level with better players around him.

'It's a great option he's got but in terms of ability-wise, he's a fantastic player.

More: Chelsea FC. Chelsea have already sealed the signings of Hakim Ziyech from Ajax and Timo Werner from RB Leipzig.

MORE: Timo Werner reveals Frank Lampard's role in convincing him to sign for Chelsea.


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