In 2018 decided West ham's young star Declan Rice to make up for England instead of Ireland, which he has represented through most of his career.
Now reveals the 20-year-old star in an interview with ITV News, that he several times has received threats on social media, while also the family has been threatened after the switch to the English national team.
It was hard. There have been some who have said that they would take out to my house... Yes, online (social media, red.). It is a few cases in which I could go into, but I don't need. It is threats against my family and threats against me, telling Declan Rice in an interview with ITV News.
The young English star has, however, not much left over for the people's threatening comments made on social media.
- It is just like when you click their profile, then they could just as well be a fake profile, so you do not know whether it is true or not, reads it from the English midfielder.
Declan Rice is originally born and raised in London and has throughout his career played in the English, where he in his childhood played in Chelsea before he was sold to West ham.
He has previously expressed that he feels himself as a being of a mixed nationality, although his grandparents originated from Ireland. The 20-year-old englænders father, Sean Rice, has otherwise been out and express his disappointment over his son's choice, as he has called for a shame.
Declan Rice went on to play three matches for the Ireland national team, while he also managed to appear four times for the irish U21 national team.
After his move to the English national team is Declan Rice listed for five matches for England.
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