However, West Ham United manager David Moyes has stated in the past that the Hammers will not sell Rice for anything less than £150 million.
The 23-year-old's contract does not expire until June 2024.
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Keane added: “I look to where I was when I was 22. I think he’s way ahead of me when I was 22.
“I think the next step will come when he’s playing at a higher level, Champions League, competing for trophies.
“He’s obviously a regular for England. There’s a lot more to come from him.”
The aforementioned figures and comments highlight that Rice would be a good signing for Liverpool.
Fabinho has not indicated that he wants to leave Liverpool either. Therefore, signing Rice should not be a necessity for the club.
Also, Transfermarkt value the Englishman at €75 million, which highlights that West Ham United overvalue him. Liverpool would be wise to save their money.