West Ham United are keen on Fiorentina’s Bartlomiej Dragowski, who could look to leave the Italian club before the end of this month.

That’s according to Viola News, who say the goalkeeper could consider his future this month if he remains out of the picture at the club.

They explain that Dragowski’s contract is set to expire in 2023, so his future at the club is ‘even more uncertain’ now he’s in the final year of his deal.

There is a feeling he could ‘part ways’ with Fiorentina in June, but if the player were to end up on the bench tomorrow, it is ‘not out of the question’ that could be brought forward, and his farewell comes ‘immediately’.

The player is ‘sought after’ by several clubs in England and in Spain, with West Ham at the front of the queue in the Premier League.


La Viola explain that ‘it would be difficult’ for the player and his entourage to accept another day with him as a ‘deputy’, and if that were to happen, it ‘could facilitate an early departure’.‘could facilitate an early departure’.

Of course, West Ham would still have to work out a deal with Fiorentina, but there is a possibility for them to get their man this month nonetheless.