Declan Rice’s transfer to Arsenal remains subject to West Ham United’s approval.
On Wednesday night, the Hammers accepted a 105 million pound bid from the Gunners.
However, nothing has been resolved as the two teams have still to agree on the mode of payment of the charge.
According to the Sun, Arsenal’s offer is for $100 million plus $5 million in bonuses, although the timing of the payments has yet to be settled.
The Hammers claim that “the ball is in their court,” despite the fact that the Irons regard the matter as small.
West Ham wants the majority of the sum paid upfront, whilst Arsenal prefers to spread it over the next two years.