Republic of Ireland international goalkeeper Darren Randolph is set to rejoin Premier League club West Ham from Middlesbrough after the clubs agreed a deal on Monday.
The 32-year old spent two seasons at West Ham before joining Middlesbrough in 2017 for £5m. Per the Guardian, his return will cost the Hammers £4m.
Moyes is keen for competition for Lukasz Fabianski and Randolph is the first of several signings he is keen to do in January. The Irish shot-stopper is still sidelined with a thigh injury but is expected to return to action this month and should be fully fit come Ireland's European Championship play-off against Slovakia in March.
West Ham are also interested in Benefica midfielder Gedson Fernandes. The 20-year old has been linked with several clubs around Europe including Everton, Manchester United and AC Milan.