West Ham football chief Mario Husillos is under pressure over the struggles of summer signing Roberto.
The 33-year-old Spaniard is unlikely ever to play for the club again after a disastrous spell between the sticks deputising for no.1 keeper Lukasz Fabianski.
The east Londoners may struggle to get a fee for him, with 18 months left on a contract worth £30,000 a week, says the Mirror.
But they could look at loaning him out if they do not have to pay his wages with Turkey is a possible destination.
The spotlight is now on Husillos who actually wanted Roberto to be the club's first choice keeper instead of Fabianski, who was eventually brought to the club from Swansea last year.
While last weekend's win eased the pressure on Manuel Pellegrini, there is less faith in Husillos after Wednesday night's defeat at Wolves.