West Ham United have already had a bid rejected for Swansea City goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski, but the Pole is still expected to make the move to London sooner rather than later.
According to Sky Sports, West Ham are in advanced negations with Swansea about the signing of the 33-year-old Polish international, who has a year left on his Liberty Stadium contract and is understood to have informed the Swans of his desire to leave following their relegation to the Championship.
And it could be a case of one in, one out at the London Stadium.
Because the Sun (13 June, page 54) is reporting that Adrian will ask to leave West Ham if, or when, Fabianski signs. The Spaniard was frustrated at losing his place to Darren Randolph and Joe Hart over the last two seasons, making just 35 Premier League starts since the beginning of the 2016/17 campaign.
And it is understood that Adrian is keen to move back to Real Betis; the club he left to sign for West Ham five years ago.
Betis, who played some of the most attractive football in La Liga under Quique Setien last season and qualified for the Europa League, could need a new number one with Antonio Adan understood to be heading to Sporting Lisbon.