West Ham could go back in for Olympiacos goalkeeper Jose Sa in the summer, according to a report from Greek media outlet SDNA.
The Hammers are fairly well stocked in the goalkeeping department, however. They have Lukasz Fabianski, Darren Randolph and impressive youngster Nathan Trott. So signing another stopper will surely not be a priority for them before the start of next season.
Before Randolph was signed in January, West Ham were allegedly eyeing up a move for Jose Sa. According to a report from Greek media outlet Sportime.Gr, West Ham were interested in signing the Olympiacos stopper in January.
That obviously failed to materialise, however.
SDNA now claims that the Hammers could go back in for the 27-year-old.
The 6ft 4in goalkeeper joined the Greek side on a permanent deal in the summer of 2019, having spent the previous season on loan there. And he has really impressed.
He has kept 38 clean sheets in 72 games for Olympiacos and has only let in 49 goals during those outings (Transfermarkt).
Sa, who won the Portuguese league title with Porto in 2018 has great experience. At the age of 26, however, he is still yet to reach his prime years as a goalkeeper.
Sportime claimed earlier this year that the Greek side would be willing to sell the former Porto man for around £13.8 million in the summer.
The Portuguese ace seems to be a very good goalkeeper. But do West Ham really need him?
It could be argued that they don’t actually. Not at this moment in time anyway.