According to reports from the Examiner, West Ham United have rejected Crystal Palace’s £3.5million offer for Adrian.
West Ham United pulled off a major coup this summer by acquiring the services of Joe Hart from Manchester City on a season-long loan deal and the Hammers’ goalkeeping department has certainly been strengthened with the signing of the England international.
Following the arrival of Hart though, Adrian’s hopes of earning regular first team football has been put into jeopardy and as a result, the Spaniard is currently said to be looking for an exit from the London Stadium this summer.
The likes of Crystal Palace and Newcastle United are allegedly keen on signing Adrian and recent reports had even claimed that the Eagles had placed a bid of around £3.5million for the 30-year-old custodian.
In an update to the bid though, the Examiner have gone on to reveal that Palace have had the bid rejected by West Ham and it looks like Hammers boss Slaven Bilic is not ready to lose his second choice this summer.