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Lukasz Fabianski Signs for West Ham

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He's only got a year left on his contract and is 33. It's definitely a short term solution but with those factors you imagine Swansea are just trying to drive the fee up a bit.

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https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/44522330

Close to signing for Hammers now

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West Ham are close to completing the signing of Swansea goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski.

The Hammers need a replacement for Joe Hart following the end of his loan spell from Manchester City.

Fabianski, who joined from Arsenal in 2014, told Swansea he wished to leave the Liberty Stadium after their relegation to the Championship.

The Poland international, 33, is in Russia for the World Cup, but this has not prevented transfers negotiations.

 

 

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Stable keeper and an upgrade on Adrian and Hart if they were to keep him.

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Hes signed for seven million.

I have no doubt there will be no debate over his starting position as their has been over the years with Hart, Adrian and Randolph. Still, I think that's a bit of a hefty fee for a Goalkeeper, at 33, in his last year of his contract, that's not going to take you to the next level.

Hopefully Swansea City invest the money well. Danny Ward perhaps? Welsh 'Keeper, promotion experience, no chance on playing at Liverpool. Seems like it could be a good move for all parties.

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10 hours ago, The Palace Fan said:

Hes signed for seven million.

I have no doubt there will be no debate over his starting position as their has been over the years with Hart, Adrian and Randolph. Still, I think that's a bit of a hefty fee for a Goalkeeper, at 33, in his last year of his contract, that's not going to take you to the next level.

Hopefully Swansea City invest the money well. Danny Ward perhaps? Welsh 'Keeper, promotion experience, no chance on playing at Liverpool. Seems like it could be a good move for all parties.

I can't see Hart going back to West Ham so I wouldn't include him as part of that list, I do agree that the fee is a bit steep though considering how close he was to the end of his contract and where he was coming from.

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