Manchester United goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard is heading towards the exit door - with West Ham keeping a close watch on the situation.
The Dane has failed to achieve his aim of becoming the Old Trafford club's number one and now finds himself as back-up to David De Gea.
He has not played a Premier League game since a horror show against Reading on December 1, where he conceded three times, and it looks as though he will now have to move elsewhere for regular first-team football.
West Ham are said to be monitoring the situation as Jussi Jaaskelainen, 37, will need replacing sooner rather than later.
Lindegaard, 28, has a contract at United until 2016 but is set to leave this summer.