Leeds United and Manchester United stars tipped for West Ham transfers this summer

Three England stars and an in-form Brazilian international are tipped to join West Ham United this summer.

David Moyes’ side have enjoyed another season of improvement and currently sit just three points shy of Spurs, who occupy the fourth and final Champions League spot.

Progress has also come in the Europa League as the Hammers saw off Spanish giants Sevilla to set up their two-legged quarter-final tie against Ligue 1 club Lyon.

Speculation over where Moyes will turn next has largely focused on retaining key players like Declan Rice and Jarrod Bowen - but there have also been several players linked with eye-catching moves to the London Stadium.

London World takes a look at four players that could form part of Moyes’ squad next season with odds provided by SkyBet.

Raphinha (Leeds United) 25/1

The Brazilian winger has become an integral part of the Leeds United squad since he completed a £16.75m move to Elland Road in October 2020.

Raphinha has 15 goals and 12 assists in 60 appearances across all competitions and his form led to a maiden call-up to the Brazil squad in October last year.

The 25-year-old has revelled in international football ever since he made an impressive debut with two assists in a 3-1 win against Venezuela in a World Cup 2022 qualifying tie.

After appearing and scoring in a 4-0 home win against Paraguay in February, Raphinha’s international record stands at three goals in his first seven caps.

Some of European football’s biggest names have been linked with a summer move for the winger and Spanish giants Barcelona the latest name mentioned in the media.

West Ham are rated at 25/1 to see off some serious competition and sign the Brazilian international.

Kalvin Phillips (Leeds United) 12/1

Raphinha is not the only Leeds United star being linked with a move to West Ham this summer.

England midfielder Kalvin Phillips has been on the wishlist of many clubs after enjoying a fine introduction to life in both the Premier League and international level.

The energetic midfielder was a key part of the Leeds squad that gained promotion back to the top tier in 2020 and has continued that form over the last two seasons.

A maiden England cap followed when Phillips started in a goalless draw in Denmark in August 2020 and he has gone on to gain 19 caps for Gareth Southgate’s side.

The 26-year-old hit the headlines with a series of consist performances to help the Three Lions reach the final of Euro 2021.

Phillips has been linked with the likes of Liverpool and Manchester United in recent months - and West Ham also appear to be in the hunt for his signature as they look to partner him with England team-mate Declan Rice.

Marcus Rashford (Manchester United) 12/1

Speculation over Marcus Rashford’s future at Manchester United has been rife over the last three months.

The England forward has struggled to establish himself as a regular in Ralf Rangnick’s side after making just nine starts since the German coach took interim charge at Old Trafford in December.

Rashford still remains a much-admired figure at clubs around the Premier League and abroad with the likes of PSG, Arsenal, Barcelona and Newcastle United all said to be monitoring his situation with his boyhood club.

Rangnick spoke of Rashford’s future last month, saying: “I spoke with him yesterday and the day before so I don’t know anything about him being unhappy.

“He didn’t say anything to me, he said to me that he is still happy and that he wants to perform on a high level for the club. There was no mention of him not being happy here.”

West Ham are rated at 12/1 to sign Rashford if he is allowed to leave Old Trafford this summer.

Jessie Lingard (Manchester United) 7/4

It won’t be a surprise to anyone to see Jesse Lingard linked with a return to West Ham this summer.

Lingard showed great success during loan spell at the Hammers

The Manchester United and England star was an instant hit when he spent the second half of the 2020/21 season on loan with the Hammers.

After scoring twice on his debut in a 3-1 win at Aston Villa, Lingard ended his temporary stint at the London Stadium with an impressive nine goals and five assists in just 16 appearances.

Despite strong speculation the move would become permanent last summer and in January, Lingard remained at Old Trafford despite finding game-time hard to come by.

It now seems certain the 29-year-old will leave his boyhood club on a free transfer when his contract comes to an end this summer.

West Ham are rated as 7/4 second favourites to sign the attacking midfielder on a permanent basis - with only 6/4 favourites Newcastle ahead of them in the market.