Southampton will surely get rid of Fraser Forster this summer.
Former Celtic player Fraser Forster is now the third choice goalkeeper at Southampton in the Premier League
Fraser Forster hasn't made a Premier League apearance for Southampton since December 2017 with Ralph Hasenhuttl keen to sell.
Celtic simply must throw their hat in the ring to re-sign Fraser Forster.
Leeds United supporters keen to sign Southampton goalkeeper.
Contrary to recent reports, it looks as though the Saints boss isn't planning to bring the England goalkeeper back from the cold.
Southampton goalkeeper Fraser Forster hasn't made a Premier League appearance since a 5-1 defeat at Tottenham Hotspur in 2017.
Aston Villa are likely to be in the market for a new goalkeeper in January.
Blackman suffered a broken leg during Leeds' Under-23 clash against Birmingham last week.
Goalkeeper Fraser Forster was not even on the bench as Southampton beat Crystal Palace 2-0 in the Premier League last weekend.
Gary Neville has hailed Leicester City defender Harry Maguire.
Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino is said to be keen to snap up Leeds United winger Jack Clarke.
Tottenham Hotspur may well be the only English option for Gareth Bale now.
Spurs, who face Aston Villa in their opening fixture, have not started a Premier League season at home since 2010.
Tottenham Hotspur are reported to be winning the race to land Real Madrid midfielder Dani Ceballos.
Aston Villa are keen to snap up Jack Butland, but Everton's move for Jordan Pickford back in 2017 is complicating things.
Aston Villa will be looking to make their mark upon their return to the Premier League next season.
Liverpool have been linked with a move for the Real Madrid ace for quite some time.
Aston Villa are targeting Leeds United midfielder.
Celtic are reportedly looking to spend big on Christopher Jullien and David Turnbull.
Chelsea are interested in signing Jack Butland, so here are three Premier League goalkeepers Stoke could replace him with.
Southampton would have an incredible team if they had held onto their best players.
What would a combined XI consisting of the current Southampton side and the one that Gordon Strachan guided to eighth in 2003 look like?