According to Sportime, Olympiacos are on the lookout for a replacement for reported West Ham United target Jose Sa this summer.
The Portuguese goalkeeper is expected to leave the Greek club.
SDNA previously listed West Ham among the suitors for Sa. However, the Premier League club face competition from Spanish side Real Betis.
Sa has well-known super-agent Jorge Mendes working for him.
A summer transfer is likely with the goalkeeper having an £11.5 million release clause, and Sportime claim Olympiacos have gone about seeking a replacement.
West Ham have several goalkeepers on their books in Lukasz Fabianski, Darren Randolph and former Millwall number one David Martin.
But Sa, 27, is younger than the Hammers trio and offers a long-term solution.
The 6ft 4inch former Portugal U21 international has the best years of his career still to come and has Champions League experience from his time at Porto.
This season, Sa has made over 30 appearances for Olympiacos in all competitions.
West Ham must look at freshening up their squad in the transfer window.
David Moyes’s side are still deep in relegation trouble amid the current Covid-19 suspension. If the league resumes and they survive the drop, key changes are necessary this summer.