West Ham United are plotting an ambitious move for Levante goalkeeper Keylor Navas after a recommendation from their ex-striker Paulo Wanchope, [football] direct news understands. The highly-rated shot-stopper, who is also on Arsenal’s radar, will face represent Costa Rica at this summer’s World Cup, where he will come up against England in the group stages. Wanchope is a coach with Navas’s national side and a source close to West Ham told FDN the 37-year-old visited Upton Park, where he delivered a glowing report on the Levante star. The Hammers realise they will have a fight on their hands if Arsenal firm up their interest, as the Gunners will be able to offer European football next term. However, if they force their way to the front of the queue West Ham hope to tempt the La Liga outfit with a bid of around 7million, in view of the fact that Navas has little more than 12 months remaining on his contract in Spain. Veteran Jussi Jaaskelainen started the season as the Hammers’ first-choice goalkeeper but has lost his place in the side to Adrian.