London, April 15: Declan Rice may be looking to make a move to Manchester United from resurgent West Ham.
The 22-year-old midfielder talked to United players during last month's international break as England won their opening three World Cup qualifiers.
The Red Devils could be in need of midfield help if Paul Pogba leaves at the end of the season.
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England international Declan Rice is interested in swapping West Ham for Manchester United, the Manchester Evening News reports.
During the recent international break, he spoke with Harry Maguire and Luke Shaw about the atmosphere at the club.
Rice is under contract with the Hammers through to 2024 but could be prised away for the right price.
David Moyes has said Rice could net £100 million for the London club.
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