West Ham may make a move for Chelsea goalkeeper Willy Caballero this summer, with his contract at Stamford Bridge up at the end of the season, according to the London Evening Standard.
The Hammers are on the lookout for a suitable backup goalkeeper to number one Lukasz Fabianski, with Adrian set to leave the club.
Caballero who is now 37, has proved this season when called upon that he still a useful stopper.
He is out of contract this summer and West Ham could snap him up on a free if Chelsea decide against offering him a new deal.
Fabianski has been one of the signings of the season in his superb debut year with West Ham and was named their Player of the Year after he joined from Swansea.
Caballero would be an astute signing for West Ham to bring in as Fabianski’s cover.
This move would reunite Caballero with his former Man City boss Manuel Pellegrini. The Argentinian keeper spent three years at Man City and won the EFL Cup in 2015/16.
Experienced keepers that West Ham could sign this summer
Guillermo Ochoa is out of contract this summer and has been linked with moves to England in the past.
PSV goalkeeper Eloy Room is also out of contract in the summer and could make the move for nothing.
Michel Vorm is out of favour at Spurs and may well fancy his chances of pushing Fabianski for a first-team spot.
Roberto is out of contract at Espanyol this summer and has seen most of his football come in the cups.
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