According to a report from Spanish publication Estadio Deportivo, West Ham, Chelsea and Tottenham are all interested in signing Roma ace Pau Lopez this summer.
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The Hammers, Blues and Spurs could all be on the look-out for a new number one goalkeeper this summer.
In fat, David Moyes, Frank Lampard and Jose Mourinho ideally just need more competition for their current number one stoppers.
Estadio Deportivo claims that West Ham, Chelsea and Tottenham could all make a move to sign Roma ace Pau Lopez in order to address the particular issue mentioned above.
It is suggested that the Serie A outfit could demand as much as €50 million (£45 million) for the 25-year-old, however.
The Spaniard has actually spent time in the Premier League before during a one season loan spell with Tottenham in the 2016/17.
Lopez has hardly been in sparkling form this season.
In 34 games for Roma, the 25-year-old has conceded 43 goals and he has kept just nine clean sheets in the process (Transfermarkt).
The 6ft 2in stopper is described as a player with a strong mentality (ESPN). And he is a very good shot stopper.
It has to be said, however, £45 million does seem like an awful lot of money for Lopez.
West Ham, Chelsea and Tottenham will all be wary of splashing out that kind of fee.
If the Premier league clubs can get that fee down to £25-30 million, however, it might just be decent value for them.
And all that will then remain is whether the Spaniard will end up at the London Stadium, Stamford Bridge or the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.