Poland international Fabianski is keen on leaving Swansea following their relegation from the Premier League, and the Welsh club have set their asking price for the glovesman
Swansea have told West Ham to pay £7million to sign Lukasz Fabianski this summer.
Fabianski, the goalkeeper, wants to leave the Swans following their relegation from the Premier League at the end of last season.
West Ham have already submitted a bid for the former Arsenal glovesman, with Manuel Pellegrini plotting a double swoop for Fabianski and fellow Swans star Alfie Mawson, the England defender.
And The Sun say Swansea are asking for around £7m for the Poland international.
Fabianski, 33, was one of the Welsh club’s best performers last season despite their relegation from the top flight, and Watford have also emerged as holding an interest in bringing the keeper back to the Premier League.