According to reports from the Daily Mail, Newcastle United have been handed an opportunity to sign West Ham United goalkeeper Adrian.
Despite possessing the likes of three quality goalkeepers in Karl Darlow, Rob Elliot and Tim Krul, Newcastle United currently seem to be in the market to sign new custodians and West Ham United man Adrian has strongly been linked with a move to St. James’ Park recently.
Adrian has been pushed down the pecking order at West Ham following the arrival of Joe Hart to the London Stadium from Manchester City and the Spanish goalkeeper is said to have been left unhappy at club owner David Sullivan for his comments upon the signing of the England international.
With West Ham recently selling Darren Randolph to Middlesbrough, it seemed liked the Hammers would look to keep hold of Adrian but according to reports from the Daily Mail, claims have been made that the London side are keen on offloading the 30-year-old.
This serves as good news for Newcastle, who have been targeting Adrian for quite a while now but they will have to fight off competition from Crystal Palace in order to sign the ex-Betis star.