Celtic should be looking to add a new goalkeeper this summer, despite already signing Scott Bain.
Four Premier League clubs are reportedly plotting a move to sign Swansea City goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski this summer and Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers should consider joining the race to raid his old side.
The Guardian claim Newcastle United, West Ham United, Crystal Palace and Watford are all interested in the 33-year-old stopper, who could be set to leave Wales after the club suffered relegation to the Championship.
A flop at Arsenal, Fabianski moved to the Liberty Stadium in the summer of 2014 and has since become somewhat of a cult hero in north Wales, with the highlight of his campain seeing him captain the Swans to a 3-1 win over his old side.
His reaction at the full-time whistle following Swansea's loss to Stoke City showed just how integral he has become to the Welsh club, as the tears flowed. With the Swans relegated, though, a handful of players are likely to leave.
Fabianski could be one of those, with the report claiming it would take £5million for the Swans to allow the 43-time Poland international to leave the club this summer.
It should convince Rodgers to nab him from former side Swansea to finally solve the goalkeeping issue at Parkhead. Craig Gordon continues to come in for criticism, while Dorus de Vries has been one of Rodgers' poorest Celtic signings.
Gordon has certainly proved his worth at times this season, but he is more than capable of a mistake and if Rodgers wants to reach 10 in a row, he needs Celtic to be at their best with Aberdeen, Rangers and Hibernian improving.
Fabianski would be a huge improvement on Gordon, with the Pole renowned for his cat-like reflexes and ability on the ball - something Gordon struggles with. At £5million, he would prove to be a bargain at Celtic Park.