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Report: West Ham set price as Pellegrini chases an upgrade on problem position

West Ham United fans in the Transfer Tavern will want to see what Manuel Pellegrini can bring to the club and have been encouraged by some of the targets he has been trying to bring to the London Stadium recently.

The Chilean has been looking to use his name to lure some ambitious stars to the Hammers in the weeks that he has been in charge, however, he has failed to make any such moves as of yet for those players.

A goalkeeper is thought to be high on the list at the Irons, as Joe Hart returned to Manchester City following his loan deal, whilst Adrian’s future at the club looks unclear. However, according to reports in the Sun, West Ham could have to stump up a huge figure to land one they are interested in.

The media outlet are claiming that they will need to part with at least £7million to bring Lukasz Fabianski from Swansea City following their relegation to the Championship. The Poland international is keen to return to the top-flight, however, it appears the Welsh outfit are ready to make life difficult for a move to be completed.

Landlord’s Verdict

The arrival of Fabianski would delight the West Ham locals in the Tavern as he has proven to be a quality goalkeeper during his time with the Swans, despite their relegation. The 33-year-old has proven that he can make a number of vital saves and would add another experienced head to the Hammers side, whilst many will feel that £7m is not a price too much to pay for a goalkeeper of his ability.

West Ham fans – thoughts?


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