Lukasz Fabianski

Lukasz Fabianski

Lukasz Fabianski

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    Arsenal to make surprise move for former West Ham keeper Adrian?

    Arsenal have been linked with a free transfer move for Spanish goalkeeper Adrian. The former West Ham shotstopper, who has been released from his club in search of regular first-team football, is wanted as a backup goalkeeper for Bernd Leno at the Emirates.

    West Ham looking to snap up Butland

    West Ham must snap up Stoke City goalkeeper Jack Butland in January in order to be able to wave goodbye to Adrian in the January window.

    West Ham United confirm their seventh summer signing

    West Ham United have secured their seventh signing of the summer transfer window with Felipe Anderson arriving from Lazio on a club-record deal.

    West Ham United to complete their sixth summer signing

    West Ham United are on course to secure their sixth signing of the summer transfer window with a deal for Lazio's Felipe Anderson close to completion.

    West Ham United secure their fifth summer signing

    West Ham United have confirmed their fifth capture of the summer transfer window with Andriy Yarmolenko having arrived from Borussia Dortmund on a four-year contract.

    Jack Wilshere undergoing West Ham United medical

    Jack Wilshere has reportedly begun a series of medical tests with West Ham United ahead of his expected move to the east London club.

    West Ham offered Inter Milan attacker

    West Ham United have reportedly been offered the chance to sign Inter Milan Inter Milan winger Antonio Candreva during the current transfer window.

    West Ham United to sign Serie A attacker?

    West Ham United are reportedly on the verge of securing the signature of Brazilian forward Felipe Anderson from Serie A side Lazio.

    West Ham United monitoring Manchester United centre-back

    West Ham United are reportedly monitoring the transfer activity at Manchester United as they seek to pursue the services of defender Chris Smalling.

    United draw may be enough to keep Swans afloat

    Sunday's early kick off saw Manchester United host Swansea City at Old Trafford, with both teams needing three points to attain very different goals. The Red Devils were looking for three points to improve their chances of Champions League football, whereas Swansea were desperate for a win to just stay in the Premier League.