According to the Mirror, West Ham have failed in their attempt to land Manchester United goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard.
The Hammers are in the market for a new goalkeeper with first-choice Adrian suspended for tomorrow's clash with Bournemouth - after the Spaniard saw red against Leicester last time out, he will now serve a three-match ban.
With the club doubting the ability of backup 'keeper Darren Randolph, they had been targeting the out-of-favour Manchester United man. However, the Dane's wage demands have reportedly posed a stumbling block in negotiations.
Green - who has an abundance of experience in the top-flight - has now emerged as the club's top target, with the club in a race against time to complete a deal in time for the weekend.