West Ham have reportedly made an enquiry about young Inter Milan goalkeeper Filip Stankovic, accord to CalcioMercato.
The Serbian goalkeeper, the son of former Inter Milan midfielder Dejan Stankovic, is currently playing within the youth setup at the Italian side.
According to the reports from Italy, West Ham made an enquiry over the goalkeeper, but Inter are seemingly reluctant to let him go.
Stankovic has appeared on the bench for Inter this season, being called into action last weekend in Inter’s 2-0 win over Udinese after the suspension of Tomasso Berni.
Inter seemingly have no desire to let him leave the club, however, and want him to remain in Lombardia for now.
Read West Ham’s verdict
The Hammers goalkeeping issues have been very apparent this season, with four goalkeepers being used by David Moyes and Manuel Pellegrini.
Roberto’s time at West Ham was a colossal failure, with the Spaniard being sent out on loan to Alaves after a spell that saw him concede at least a goal a game.
Stankovic looks to be a good prospect, and the fact he was chosen to be on the bench shows that they have a lot of confidence in him to move up to the first-team.
However, it would be a shock to see him quickly drafted up to the first-team for West Ham, so, in our opinion, this deal looks to be a long way off, even if the Hammers do survive in the Premier League.
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