Łukasz Fabiański is the first-choice goalkeeper at West Ham United and last month, the Poland international signed a new contract to extend his stay with the Hammers until 2022.
Fabiański turned 36 years of age earlier this month, while his backup Darren Randolph will turn 34 in May. David Martin, 35, is the London club’s third choice keeper and he has a contract expiring in the summer.
The situation with the current custodians at West Ham has seen them keep an eye on the market.
According to La Razón, David Moyes’ side ‘don’t lose their sight’ of Athletic Club Bilbao stopper Unai Simón. The Premier League side join Borussia Dortmund and AS Monaco in monitoring the 23-year-old.
The Spain international signed a new five-year deal in August 2020 and the report adds there’s no termination clause in his contract.
Athletic, for their part, ‘see with good eyes’ to make cash from their goalkeeper’s sale in the next market and replace him with Levante UD’s Aitor Fernández.
Even if Simón decides to stay, the Spanish club could still look to sign Fernández as a potential successor for Iago Herrerín, who is expected to leave Bilbao as a free agent in the summer.