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West Ham United have identified English goalkeeper Joe Hart as a main transfer target for the summer window, according to The Sun.

The shot-stopper is currently on loan until the end of the season from Manchester City to Torino.

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Slaven Bilic is reportedly willing to let current keeper Adrian leave the club for the right price as he has six months left on his current deal at the Hammers.

The Spaniard joined the Irons from Betis on a free transfer in 2013 and became their first-choice goalkeeper.

However, after some inconsistent performances, Adrian has been replaced by Republic of Ireland’s Darren Randolph this season and they are looking to sell him for around £5 million.

“Adrian can leave if the right offer comes in for him. A new top line keeper is very much on the agenda,” a source at the club said.

“His contract is due to expire in six months and we will not stand in his way if someone was to make a move.

“The clause is there in case any minds are changed on signing him up for another two years, but it looks like he will leave.

“There’s no question of standing in his way if the right offer comes along, we are looking at options to replace him.”

The Hammers are reportedly willing to pay £15m for the English keeper and are ready to pay his £100,000 wages.

If West Ham fail in their attempts to sign Hart, then they will allegedly turn their attention to Liverpool’s Simon Mignolet or Chelsea’s Asmir Begovic.

With Pep Guardiola making it clear that Hart has no place at City, the England keeper could be tempted to move to a smaller team to guarantee first team football.