Hammer Darren Randolph could be set to leave the Hammers in the January transfer window.
The Irish goalkeeper has a contract that will expire in the summer, opening the door to him potentially leaving on a free transfer when the season is out.
As a result, it makes sense for the Irons to look to sell him in the January window, which could be their last chance to receive a fee for the veteran.
Of course, West Ham signed Alphonse Areola on loan from PSG in the summer, to provide competition and back-up to Lukasz Fabianski.
That has left Randolph looking like something of a spare part, and it makes sense for the Irons to try to receive a fee for him, provided there is interest.
Hammers News carries a report from Football.London claiming that the goalkeeper is firmly on the chopping block.
Should a reasonable bid come in, expect Randolph to move on.