West Ham re-visit interest in Roma keeper Olsen after Lille move collapses

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Robin Olsen's move from Roma to Lille has reportedly fallen through.

Roma boss Jose Mourinho is willing to sell Olsen after acquiring Rui Patricio from Wolves as his new number one goalkeeper.

Ligue 1 champions Lille were eyeing Olsen to replace Mike Maignan, who joined AC Milan earlier this summer.

But according to Il Romanista, Lille were unable to get a deal off the ground.

The news now opens the door for West Ham United to revisit their interest in the Sweden international.

Olsen played 11 times in all competitions on loan at Carlo Ancelotti's Everton last seasons, including seven games in the Premier League.

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