Leeds United are lining up a move for Danny Rogers, the Scottish Sun reports.
A goalkeeper, 21, Rogers is currently on loan at Falkirk from Aberdeen, and has been impressing in the Scottish Championship this season.
The Republic of Ireland Under-21 international has played 19 league games, conceding just 13 goals and keeping nine clean sheets, aiding Falkirk’s surprise rise to the second of the table and transformation into promotion contenders.
The report claims that Rogers’ contract with Aberdeen expires at the end of this season, and there are as yet no indications that the club have made contact to extend his deal.
His performances in the second tier have been earning rave reviews, and this has led to interest in him from the English Championship, led by Leeds United.
The Whites are lining up a move for the keeper, as Steve Evans looks to raid his homeland for a position that is lacking in depth in his current squad.
It is also stated that Reading, Bristol City and Preston have been eyeing Rogers up, and are considering making a move for him as well.
The report so far indicates that no bids have yet been submitted for the transfer of Rogers’ services.