La Liga side Real Betis could be interested in making another attempt to sign West Ham goalkeeper Adrián, according to claims from Spain today.
Newspaper AS claims that in case Betis qualify for the Europa League, they’ll seriously strengthen their squad, and the 31-year-old is one on the list.
The first contacts have already started.
The outlet says that the club already tried to sign Adrian last summer, but as confirmed by the goalkeeper, West Ham didn’t have any intention to negotiate his sale.
But a ‘new context’ is expected for the next summer, so there’s this hope that a deal could be found in case a new attempt is made. Always depending on the Europa League qualification.
The newspaper doesn’t really say how much Betis would spend on the deal, or what West Ham’s demands are. Adrián has a contract with the Hammers running until 2019, so there’s still time to get a decent fee with his sale.
A lot will depend on how David Moyes sees the West Ham goalkeeping situation going forward.