Liverpool and West Ham United have been boosted in their pursuit of signing Jack Butland this summer transfer window with the goalkeeper set to depart from Stoke City if they’re relegated.
The Daily Mail claims that the Potters will cash in on the shot-stopper if they drop into the EFL Championship at the end of the campaign.
Both Premier League sides Liverpool and West Ham United have been strongly linked with a summer move for the England international.
The Reds are possible to be in the transfer market for a new goalkeeper upcoming summer, in spite of Loris Karius making a claim to be the club’s No.1 during the second half of the season.
With England international Joe Hart currently on loan from EPL giants Manchester City and concerns over the long-period future of Adrian, West Ham United are also likely to be tracking a new goalkeeper this summer transfer window.
Atletico Madrid’s Jan Oblak and AS Roma’s Alisson Becker have both been connected with big-money moves to Liverpool, but Stocke City ‘keeper could be seen as a cheaper option.