West Ham Have Identified Jack Harrison And Harvey Barnes As Summer Transfer Targets

Leeds and Leicester are sat in the bottom three going into the final weekend, with the latter needing to beat West Ham if they are to have any chance of surviving.

Foxes winger Barnes is being tracked by David Moyes as well as Premier League rivals Aston Villa.

The 25-year-old is expected to leave whether Leicester beat relegation or not.

Though dropping to the Championship would see the Foxes have to drop their £50million asking price.

Barnes has 12 goals and one assist in 33 Premier League appearances this campaign, impressive numbers given the struggles at the King Power this season.

Harrison, 26, has four goals and seven assists for Leeds, who face Tottenham on the final day having lost 3-1 to West Ham on Sunday.

The Hammers are looking to add players ready to hit the ground running in the Premier League this summer after a season where a number of arrivals from abroad have taken too long to settle.

Lucas Paqueta has hit form in recent weeks but took a long time to get used to the Premier League.

Meanwhile, Gianluca Scamacca and Thilo Kherer have also struggled.

Southampton captain James Ward-Prowse has been identified as a potential target.

However, West Ham are waiting to hear how much the relegated Saints will demand for the midfielder.

Fulham midfielder Joao Palhinha has also emerged as a target to replace Declan Rice, who is being chased by Arsenal and Manchester United this summer.

The Cottagers would be reluctant to let the Portuguese leave after just one season at the club, though they could be tempted by an offer of £50m.

West Ham, so far, have indicated they'd be prepared to pay around £40m.