According to a report from Greek media outlet Sportime.Gr, West Ham are interested in signing Olympiacos stopper Jose Sa in January.
The Hammers have a real problem in the goalkeeping department. The ever reliable Lukasz Fabianski suffered a serious injury at the end of September, and he has been replaced by Roberto.
The Spaniard has been absolutely woeful, and has already cost West Ham a number of points.
The east London outfit do have David Martin as well, but the jury is still out on the 33-year-old former Millwall man.
Greek publication Sportime.Gr claims that West Ham are looking to address that issue by bringing Jose Sa to the London Stadium in January.
The 6ft 4in goalkeeper joined the Greek side on a permanent deal in the summer. And he has really impressed.
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.
West Ham are in desperate need of a commanding figure to provide competition and cover for Fabianski.
And Sa could be just the man for the job.
Quite how much it will take to prise him away from Olympiacos, however, remains to be seen.