West Ham are set for wholesale changes in the market this summer and major adjustments will be made between the sticks.

The Hammers were left unimpressed by the performances of Joe Hart and Adrian last term, with the former returning to Manchester City after his unsuccessful loan spell and Adrian also looking likely to leave.

Adrian has made his demands for first-team football very clear, and West Ham seem unprepared to offer him those opportunities, leading to interest from Spanish side Real Betis.

Betis, who secured Europa League qualification last term, are keen to bring Adrian back to the club and he’s now quoted by Estadio Deportivo as also being open to a switch.

“Of course I am aware of all the rumours, but it is true that Betis has their goalkeeper still, I have to deal with my club and Betis with their goalkeepers, it’s something that attracts you, going home is always going to be there, it is clear that if the time comes we would sit down and talk about it.”

However, nothing is decided yet and Adrian added that he’s set for talks with Manuel Pellegrini regarding his future.

“I’m waiting to hear Pellegrini’s ideas, and from there will make a decision.”

“In addition to Pellegrini’s opinion, the contractual situation also influences, if the club want me they should show it with an extension, there is already the president, with who we have to iron out rough edges, that will be seen, West Ham is my second home.”

Both options are there, the first thing is to sit down with the club and see the situation. In the Premier League I have a good name, here with Betis also a good image, once we know the idea of the club we will make a decision.”