West Ham United goalkeeper Adrian is interested in moving to Crystal Palace, according to The Daily Mail.
Crystal Palace have drawn up a list of goalkeeper targets and Adrian features towards the top of their wishlist.
The Spaniard is reportedly unsettled at West Ham after Joe Hart arrived on a season long loan deal from Manchester City.
However, Darren Randolph has already been sold to Middlesbrough since Hart’s arrival and Slaven Bilic is keen to keep Adrian to have some competition for places between the sticks.
West Ham have turned down a £3.5m bid from Crystal Palace for the 30-year-old.
However, Adrian wants to move to Selhurst Park.
He does not have first team assurances at the London Stadium and will be more confident of competing with Wayne Hennessey for the ‘keeper jersey at Crystal Palace.
Other than Adrian, Crystal Palace are also looking at Eintracht Frankfurt goalkeeper Mitchell Langerak and Jeroen Zoet of PSV Eindhoven.
The Eagles are frantically searching for a new goalkeeper after Steve Mandanda was sold this summer.
Losing Adrian would be a blow for West Ham after selling Raphael Spiegel and Darren Randolph this summer.
The Hammers would be left with youngster Nathan Trott as second in command and he has never played a senior game before.