West Ham United could be about to sign a Cardiff City shot-stopper.

Cardiff City fans are reacting to reports linking the Bluebirds goalkeeper Neil Etheridge with West Ham United.

The Daily Mirror reported on Monday (page 62) that Etheridge ‘looks set for a move’ to the London Stadium after being dropped for Sunday’s South Wales derby.

Speaking after Cardiff’s 0-0 draw, the City manager Neil Harris confirmed referred to the speculation surrounding the Philippines international’s future.

And one website has since claimed that Etheridge is the subject of a £7 million bid from West Ham.

West Ham lost Lukasz Fabianski to injury during Friday’s defeat at Sheffield United, which was the ‘keeper’s third game back after a separate lay-off.

But a proposed move for Middlesbrough’s Darren Randolph appears to have stalled.

If it was up to the Cardiff faithful, an alternative would already be on his way to east London.

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A move to West Ham would represent a return to London for Etheridge, who was born in Enfield and began his career at Fulham.

The 29-year-old arrived at Cardiff on a free transfer from Walsall in the summer of 2017.

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