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Report: Irons eyeing Fabianski pal

West Ham are being reported as eyeing a Serie A stopper to potentially replace Lukasz Fabianski.

The Pole has a contract that expires at the end of the season.

And now there is a report claiming that the Irons are eyeing a new stopper in case Fabianski does depart.

That’s unlikely, however, as Fab said recently he would be happy to sign a new deal explaining: “I’d like to stay at West Ham. Extend the contract because I feel good here.  I have to look at my son because he started school and I wouldn’t want to put him in a situation where he would have to change school every year.

However, the Irons are claimed to be eyeing Bologna goalkeeper Lukasz Skorupski, who has emerged as the Serie A club’s number one in recent months.

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Skorupski is an international team-mate of Fabianski who has won four caps for Poland and he has been with Bologna since 2018.

Sport Witness carries a report from Tutto Bologna Web, claiming that his development in Italy has not gone unnoticed in England.

Skorupski has made 17 appearances in Serie A this season, although he has struggled with an injury to his hand, and has conceded just 23 goals, keeping four clean sheets.

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About Dave Langton

A journalist with 10 years' experience of working on National newspapers, now chief reporter covering the club that I've loved since I was a boy. Upton Park remains the greatest football stadium ever built.

One comment on “Report: Irons eyeing Fabianski pal

  1. Fabianski will do for me. Next three years and then review? Brilliant bloke and vital team player. Trust him and hope he stays fit. COYI

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