HITC Sport understands Former Bolton, Wigan and Reading goalkeeper Ali Al Habsi is considering a return to England this summer.
Al-Habsi is currently plying his trade in Saudi Arabia after leaving Reading to join Al-Hilal in 2017.
The Oman international could be available on a free transfer this summer as Al-Hilal try to make room in their squad to fulfil their non-Saudi quota for 2019/20.
News of Al-Habsi's availability and willingness to come back to England has alerted a number of clubs with the keeper qualifying as home-grown from his 12 years in the country after arriving at Bolton in 2005.
Al Habsi boasts a wealth of experience having played in the Premier League with Bolton and Wigan and he was part of the Latics squad that famously won the FA Cup in 2013.
The 37-year-old was a popular figure at all the clubs he played for and his impressive displays saw him win player of the season on several occasions at Wigan and Reading.
Al Habsi made over 250 appearances during his time in England and his experience and quality makes him an attractive proposition to clubs looking to strengthen their goalkeeping options this summer.
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