Surprisingly, former Barcelona goalkeeper Victor Valdes is still without a club and it would make a lot of sense for West Ham to try to sign the Spaniard.
The 32-year-old, who after 12 years with the Catalan giants decided it was time for a change, had agreed to join Monaco in the summer but failed a medical with the French club after damaging his cruciate ligament in March.
The injury saw the move collapse and Valdes, whose contract expired at the Nou Camp, is still without a club.
- Valdes wasn't offered Liverpool trial
- Valdes writes goodbye letter to Barcelona fans
- Adrian deserves to be West Ham's first-choice goalkeeper
The experienced Spaniard would be a great acquisition for any side but his quality could be extremely beneficial at West Ham. First choice goalkeeper Adrian has looked a little but wobbly at times this campaign and was at fault for the goal conceded against Burnley on Saturday.
The Hammers have only claimed one clean sheet in seven Premier League matches and Adrian has been the culprit of some questionable mistakes.