We believe that Slavia Prague goalkeeper Ondrej Kolar is the ideal long-term replacement for Lukasz Fabianski at West Ham United.

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The Poland international will be 36 before the start of next season.

Fab has recently signed a new one-year deal so we are fairly well covered for next season.

David Moyes really needs to bring a new number one to the London Stadium in the summer of 2022, however.

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Slavia Prague goalkeeper Ondrej Kolar ideal addition for West Ham

The 26-year-old is a superb shot-stopper. He is actually very good with his feet as well.

The Athletic recently claimed that West Ham want to sign the Czech Republic international.

And what a signing he would be for the Hammers.

Kolar has let in just 106 goals and kept 77 clean sheets in 142 games for Slavia Prague (Transfermarkt).

In 35 games this season, the Czech stopper has let in just 30 goals and kept 18 clean sheets.

Kolar has played a key role for Slavia this season as they remain on course to win their third successive league title.

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He has also been a pivotal figure behind their run to the Europa League quarter-finals.

The 26-year-old demonstrated incredible bravery during Slavia’s last 16 tie with Rangers when he challenged for a ball with Kemar Roofe only to receive a nasty cut on the face from the striker’s studs.

He really does have everything you want in a goalkeeper – bravery, great reflexes, coolness and composure and quality in possession.

West Ham quite simply must sign Kolar next summer. Our relationship with Slavia Prague should help us do just that. Hopefully Tomas Soucek and Vladimir Coufal can help make it happen!

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