West Ham have struggled for consistency this season and a huge task lies ahead for the next manager to rebuild the side at the London Stadium.
The Hammers will be looking for a new first-choice goalkeeper after Joe Hart’s disappointing spell on-loan in east London from Manchester City, which led the club to decide to avoid a permanent swoop.
Hart’s heartbreak continued last week after the 31-year-old was dropped by England manager Gareth Southgate, failing to even earn a spot on the back-up list for the World Cup next month, but it seems he’ll be handed a Premier League lifeline.
The Daily Mirror states Championship winners Wolves and Premier League strugglers Southampton are keen on the veteran stopper and will push for a move this summer.
The duo are both in the market for a new first-choice goalkeeper this summer and, with West Ham pulling out of the running, have been presented with a chance to sign the 75-cap stopper.
It’s certainly a risky move though considering Hart’s performances for West Ham and the fact it’s nothing new, as the England man also struggled on-loan with Torino last term.