West Ham United have reportedly had bids rejected for Swansea City duo Lukasz Fabianski and Alfie Mawson.

Despite Swansea’s relegation from the Premier League last season, Fabianski enjoyed an impressive campaign between the posts and was named as the Swans’ Player-of-the-Season by the club’s supporters.

The 33-year-old, who has been named in Poland’s squad for the World Cup this summer, was an ever present for the Swans last season, starting all 38 games in the Premier League.

However, the Hammers could face stern competition for Fabianski’s signature from Watford, Crystal Palace and Newcastle United, with all three reportedly interested in his services as well.

Fabianski has one-year left on his contract at the Liberty Stadium and has apparently requested a move away from South Wales this summer, following Swansea’s relegation to the Championship.

The 33-year-old could start in goal when Poland kick off their World Cup campaign against Senegal in Moscow next week, having replaced Wojciech Szczesny for the second half in Friday’s draw with Chile.

Elsewhere, fresh from Ryan Fredericks’ arrival from Fulham last week, West Ham have made a further attempt to bolster their defence this summer, having also had a bid rejected for Fabianski’s team mate Mawson, according to reports.

Mawson was linked with a move to the London Stadium in January and is another player who looks set to leave Swansea this summer.

The defender, who received his maiden call-up to the England team in March, joined Swansea from Barnsley in August 2016 and has established himself as a key figure in the Swans’ defence since then.

He made 44 appearances in all competitions last season, scoring three times, but couldn’t prevent Swansea from being relegated from the Premier League.