Swansea City goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski is set for a move to West Ham United, according to Wales Online. Here are five goalkeepers the Swans could sign to replace him-
Bartosz Bialkowski, Ipswich Town- He is three years younger than Fabianski and is arguably one of the best goalkeepers outside the Premier League. Bialkowski has won Ipswich’s Player of the Season for three consecutive years and is a very solid shot stopper. He would be ideal for Swansea.
Danny Ward, Liverpool- The Welsh goalkeeper is way down the pecking order at Liverpool and could become available to leave. He was a key part of the Huddersfield Town squad who were promoted to the Premier League in 2017 under David Wagner so knows what it takes to get out of the Championship.
Jamal Blackman, Chelsea- He will not be returning to Sheffield United, where he spent last season on loan at, as they have recently signed Dean Henderson from Manchester United. The 24-year-old is another option for Swansea and their manager, Graham Potter, knows Blackman already from when he signed him on loan for Ostersunds in 2016. Could they reunite at the Liberty Stadium this summer?
Aly Keita, Ostersunds- The 31-year-old shot stopper has played for Ostersunds since 2014 and was Potter’s first-choice for the past four years. He has spent his whole career in Sweden and despite being born there, he has opted to represent Guinea at international level through his father.
Ben Alnwick, Bolton Wanderers- The experienced number one impressed for Bolton as they managed to stay in the Championship. He has signed a new deal with them but is another option that the Swans could explore.