West Ham are keen on signing Lukasz Skorupski, according to Tuttomercatoweb.
Skorupski is under contract to Roma but he has had to play second fiddle to Brazilian international Alisson.
Whether West Ham are successful in targeting Skorupski will depend on whether they are willing to guarantee him the number one spot.
Skorupski expressed his dissatisfaction at his current Roma predicament.
Football Italia reported that he told Polish outlet Sportowefakty: "There’s no getting around it, I have to play football.
"I can’t accept this situation."
Signing Skorupski could spell the end for West Ham stopper Adrian, who battled Joe Hart all season to be first choice.
The uncertainty unsettled West Ham and if Skorupski signed, Adrian may seek an exit.
Likewise the Pole would be unwilling to move if he is going to risk starting the season on the bench, so if the Hammers are targeting him, then their minds will have to already be made up in order to convince him to join.