A transfer to West Ham is ‘back on the agenda’ for goalkeeper Robin Olsen after he saw a move to Lille collapse.
That’s according to Il Romanista, who say the Swedish goalkeeper could end up back in the Premier League after his loan spell with Everton last year.
Roma are keen to move Olsen on this summer, and it had appeared they would get their wish, with Lille pushing for a deal.
However, that deal has now fallen by the wayside, with the French champions making it known publicly that the negotiation ‘never took off’ in the first place.
That’s left Roma and Olsen looking at alternative options, and the ‘possibility’ of a move to West Ham is ‘back on the agenda’ for him.
The Hammers have been linked with the Swedish international over the last month or so, with it believed they want a new goalkeeper as Lukasz Fabianski is 36, Darren Randolph is 34, and David Martin is 35.
Olsen fits the bill as an option, and several reports over the last week or so have indicated they would be interested in a move if it was offered.
That looked unlikely as he was heading to Lille, but with that having failed to materialise, the Hammers are back in contention.