WEST HAM have reportedly jumped ahead of Napoli in the transfer race for Paris Saint-Germain goalkeeper Keylor Navas.
The Costa Rican is out of favour at the Parc des Princes following the arrival of free transfer Gianluigi Donnarumma last summer.
Navas, 35, is yet to make a first-team appearance this season.
And according to La Repubblica, he is being tracked by Napoli and West Ham.
However, it is West Ham who hold the advantage at this stage.
The Hammers are willing to pay Navas a higher salary than what Napoli are offering.
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Napoli will have to move fast if they're to beat West Ham to a deal – which will not be easy.
Navas could be seen as a replacement for Fabianski, who is out of contract next summer.
They already have Alphonse Areola – also signed from PSG – and Darren Randolph as options at the London Stadium.
Navas has previously been linked with a move to Premier League outfit Newcastle.
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The interest came before the Magpies bought Nick Pope from Burnley.
Paying Navas a lucrative wage wouldn't have been a problem considering Newcastle's newly mega-rich status.
However, it is unclear how much Navas would cost considering he is under contract at PSG until the summer of 2024.
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