Report: Future West Ham star Reece Oxford rejects new contract, can leave for £10m this summer

West Ham's Reece Oxford has snubbed a new deal with the club.

According to a report from Sky Sports, West Ham United teenager Reece Oxford has snubbed the offer of a new contract to stay with the Hammers.

Oxford, 17, was on the books with London rivals Tottenham Hotspur before heading to West Ham back in 2011, and he's been rising up the ranks at Upton Park ever since.

Capable of playing at both centre back and defensive midfield, Oxford has made 22 appearances for England at various youth levels, whilst he has also been in the first-team setup this term.

Oxford started on the opening day of the season away at Arsenal, and excelled so much that he earned great praise from pundits - but he has spent most of the campaign playing for West Ham's development squad.

Now, West Ham are believed to have offered Oxford a new contract - but Sky Sports report that he has rejected that deal and could leave the club this summer.

The report claims that Oxford can leave for offers in excess of £10m this summer, with a host of Premier League giants no doubt keen to add one of England's top young players.

However, Oxford has taken to Twitter tonight to respond to the reports, suggesting 'rumours will be rumours' - so maybe, just maybe, the teenager could stay at West Ham yet.

Do you think Oxford will leave West Ham this summer?

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