West Ham have turned down a bid from Crystal Palace for their out of favour goalkeeper Adrian.
According to a report from the Daily Mail today, the Spaniard was the subject of a £3.5 million offer from the Eagles.
Palace are evidently keen to land a new goalkeeper this summer, with Frank de Boer keen to make changes to his personnel, but they will need to up their offer if they are to stand a chance of beating others to the signing of Adrian.
Newcastle have been heavily linked with a move for experienced Spanish goalkeeper, and Palace may need to act fast in revising their offer.
The arrival of Joe Hart at the London Stadium appears to have spelled the end for Adrian, who is unlikely to settle for being second fiddle.
However, if the Spanish shot stopper is to depart this summer, a bid worth more than £3.5m will need to be made.