West Ham United are said to be keeping tabs on Manchester United’s Anders Lindegaard as the Dane falls out of favour in fight to be United’s number one.
Lindegaard now finds himself as a back-up to the in form David De Gea, Lindegaard has also featured recently for the under-21s, in which he has also failed to impress.
He has not featured in the Premier League since an awful display against Reading back at the start of December 2012, 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, according to TalkSPORT.
Lindegaard, 28, has a contract at United until 2016 but is set to leave this summer to find first team football elsewhere.