Manchester City goalkeeper Angus Gunn is likely to be on the move again this summer after a successful loan stint at Norwich City.
The Daily Mail claim that recently relegated Stoke City are interested in Gunn, but a report from the Eastern Daily Press suggests that the Potters will be out of luck as the 22-year-old will move "to clubs in the middle to lower tiers of the Premier League".
Where will he go?
Well there are a few sides in the top tier of English football that fit into that bracket, including Crystal Palace, who France Football say have been looking at out-of-favour Paris Saint-Germain stopper Alphonse Areola.
Wayne Hennessey has failed to truly impress between the sticks and is out of contract in June along with Diego Cavalieri and Julian Speroni. Spanish publication AS says the Eagles have been in talks with Getafe about a move for Vicente Guaita, though.
Meanwhile, the Mirror reports that West Ham United have made signing a new 'keeper a top priority this summer with Joe Hart struggling for form since arriving on loan from City himself.
Finally, newly promoted Wolverhampton Wanderers are also in the market for a new number one between the sticks despite current option John Ruddy being named in the Championship team of the year and have been linked by Birmingham Live with expensive moves for Stoke's Jack Butland and Rui Patricio of Sporting.