West Ham United keeper Robert Green has attracted interest from fellow London-based club Fulham who are looking for a quality replacement for their Arsenal-bound Australian keeper Mark Schwarzer.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has been on the lookout for a new goalkeeper and has already had a £2 million-bid rejected by Fulham for Schwarzer. However, reports available in the media suggest that a deal could be struck at around £3 million.
Hammers no.1 Green had a disastrous World Cup with
However, that does not mean that Fulham would be able secure Green’s service at cheap. In fact, the 30-year-old would cost the Cottagers around £6 million.
Federico Marchetti’s possible move to West Ham United now depends on a number of things. West Ham would consider a move for the 27-year-old only if Green joins Fulham to replace Mark Schwarzer, but before Schwarzer’s move to the Gunners would have to be materialized.