West Ham United are ready to sell goalkeeper Robert Green after the World Cup.

The Daily Mail says West Ham have opened talks with released Ipswich Town keeper Richard Wright about a return to Upton Park as a direct replacement for Green.

West Ham's new owners, David Gold and David Sullivan, are willing to sell Green in a bid to reduce the club's crippling £100million-plus debts and have made every player, except for Scott Parker, available for transfer.

Although Green's horrendous error to gift the USA an equaliser in the Group C opener may have seen his value diminish, the cash-strapped Hammers are clearly looking to replace him on the cheap and turn to Wright for a second time.