Anders Lindegaard could leave Manchester United in the summer as Sir Alex Ferguson looks to cash in on the player, according to the Mirror.
The Denmark international has failed to dislodge current number one David De Gea and with the Red Devils looking to draft in another keeper in the summer, he will be sold if rival clubs come in for him.
West Ham United are in the hunt for a new keeper and see Lindegaard as a long-term successor to Jussi Jaaskelainen, who is approaching the end of his career.
Fulham boss Martin Jol is also reported to keen as they could lose current number one Mark Schwarzer at the end of the season and are in need of a replacement.
United have targets of their own with Stoke goalkeeper Asmir Begovic said to be high on Ferguson’s wanted list, although Sir Alex has remained coy in interviews when questioned about potential outgoings.
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