West Ham boss Manuel Pellegrini continues to be extremely active in the market and another transfer is being lined-up.
The East Anglian Daily Times report that the Hammers are expressing an interest in Ipswich Town goalkeeper Bartosz Bialkowski, who was part of Poland’s World Cup squad alongside new West Ham man Lukasz Fabianski.
Fabianski arrived from recently relegated Swansea City to become first-choice at the London Stadium, following a campaign where neither Joe Hart or Adrian impressed, and a potential departure for the latter leaves West Ham on the fringes of dipping into the market once again.
Should Adrian leave, West Ham will chase a new goalkeeper to play as back-up for Fabianski and Bialkowski is identified as the man on Pellegrini’s short-list.
However, the latest reports state that the 31-year-old will instead sign a new three-year deal to remain at Ipswich to extend his four-year stint with the Tractor Boys.