On May 24th, Sport explained Everton are ‘interested in taking’ Barcelona goalkeeper Neto.

These claims emerged days after Calciomercato stated Arsenal and West Ham United like the former Juventus man.

Mundo Deportivo on Monday have a report on focusing on the Hammers, and their title states the 31-year-old is an ‘option’ for the London club this summer.

In the absence of injured Marc-André ter Stegen, Neto played the full 90 minutes in his side’s 1-0 win over SD Eibar.

The weekend clash was the Brazilian’s last game for the Camp Nou side as the custodian, who is in search of more game time, ‘wants to leave’, even though he has a contract until 2023.

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The Catalan club will make the keeper ‘transferable’ since they want to lower their salary budget and bet on Iñaki Peña and Arnau Tenas for the goalkeeping position.

Barca’s idea is to earn about €12m for the South American, who’s ‘destiny’ would be in the Premier League.

Mundo then state ‘according to the latest information from England’, David Moyes’ side are the ‘most interested’ club in signing Neto. It’s not made clear if they are citing claims made in the British press or the they have received information from England.

West Ham qualified for the Europa League and are ‘working to incorporate’ a new goalkeeper for their demanding campaign next season.

Łukasz Fabiański, 36, was first-choice goalkeeper at West Ham this season, ahead of Darren Randolph and David Martin, 34, and David Martin, 35.