West Ham eye experienced goalkeeper who’s available on a free transfer this Summer.

Lukasz Fabianski has been an incredible goalkeeper for West Ham over the years. His sensational performances kept Alphonse Areola as second choice for two years, but now the Frenchman has earned his place as West Ham first choice and he has been world-class since making the step up.

However, both keepers possess one massive flaw and that’s the fact that they both get injured fairly often. Thankfully, the Hammers have not been in a situation where both are unavailable at the same time but, with no real third choice keeper at the club, now could be the perfect time to bring some backup in.

Obviously, it is not a position you’d expect them to spend much money on and as such they’ve shown interest in signing Wes Foderingham, according to Alan Nixon.

The 33-year-old shot stopper has announced that he is leaving Sheffield United and will be available on a free transfer. He’s played over 100 games for the Blades over the past 3 seasons making him an excellent and experienced player to have at the club.

What makes signing him for free even more attractive is the fact he will help West Ham to fulfil their homegrown quota – something they’re really struggling with as it is.

Overall, there is not a single negative to signing him and, as long as he is happy to not play very often, it is a move that makes sense for both parties.

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