Liverpool could reportedly compete with the likes of Manchester United and Chelsea to sign Declan Rice in the summer.
The England international was linked with a move to the Blues last summer, but a deal never materialised due to the Hammers’ hefty £80m price tag.
The same publication claims that the Hammers may be forced to lower their asking price to £50m with the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Rice has more than three years remaining on his contract with the capital outfit with the option for another 12 months, if required.
The Hammers are in a strong position to keep hold of him, but they are in need to recoup funds with the losses incurred due to the lack of gate receipts.
Rice, who has regularly captained the Hammers this term, has managed exactly 130 appearances for the club across all competitions.