Wolverhampton Wanderers are being linked with a move for Leeds United goalkeeper Bailey Peacock-Farrell.
The Sun on Sunday reports (June 10th, page 60) Wolves are planning a 'shock £4 million bid' for Peacock-Farrell, who emerged as Leeds' number one in the latter part of last season.
And it is claimed the newly-promoted side want the Northern Ireland international as well as Sporting Lisbon's Rui Patricio.
Wolves goalkeeper John Ruddy was named in the Championship's team of the year after helping his side to the title, while understudy Will Norris impressed in the cups.
Wanderers also have Carl Ikeme on their books, although the Nigerian missed the whole of last term through illness.
And a move for Peacock-Farrell, in addition to Rui Patricio, would surely raise doubts over the trio's futures at Molineux.
Leeds are expected to strengthen their own goalkeeping options this summer, with Felix Wiedwald and Andy Lonergan failing to convince last season, and losing Peacock-Farrell may not be ideal.
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