West Ham are wasting no time in the transfer market this summer as they look to bolster their squad, with new boss Manuel Pellegrini leading the charge.

The Hammers have already bolstered their defensive line with the addition of Ryan Fredericks, signed on a free transfer from newly-promoted Fulham, and the next priority is a new first-choice goalkeeper.

England international Joe Hart failed to impress during his season on-loan at the London Stadium from Manchester City, leading the east London side to reject the opportunity of a permanent deal, while Adrian has also struggled for consistency.

That has led West Ham to seek new recruits in the market and Swansea City’s relegated stopped Lukasz Fabianski looks set to be the man brought in, with The Mirror stating the Hammers are edging towards a £7m deal.

West Ham are keen to sign the 33-year-old Poland international before his nation’s World Cup campaign begins against Senegal next Tuesday and are optimistic about their chances of securing a deal.