Spanish outlet Estadio Deportivo have claimed that West Ham United goalkeeper Adrian gave the Hammers board an ultimatum over his future, claiming that he would leave the club if David Moyes remained in charge.
The former Real Betis goalkeeper started the Hammers last four Premier League matches, helping the Hammers notch seven points and clean sheets against Leicester City and Manchester United.
But Adrian is said to have become frustrated as Hart was given chance after chance despite a number of mistakes between the sticks under Moyes, and it is believed that if Moyes had remained, Adrian would have left.
Moyes was sacked by the Hammers on Wednesday afternoon despite taking them from the relegation zone to comfortable 13th place, but fans' discontent with the Scot in charge is likely to have played a part in his dismissal.
Adrian has a year remaining on his contract which the Daily Star claim is worth £35,000 a week, but his former side Betis remain interested in luring the goalkeeper back to Spain.