Former Liverpool goalkeeper Jerzy Dudek could be on his way to Leeds United, according to manager Simon Grayson.
Following Kasper Schmeichel's departure to Leicester City, Leeds are in the market for a new keeper and Dudek has become available on a free transfer after four years at Real Madrid.
Talking to the Yorkshire Evening Post, Grayson said: "The big thing about this club is that it's well known and things get thrown at you all the time.
"He's on a list of players in that position who are available and might be a proposition. He's one of half a dozen who are on the radar and might or might not happen.
"We've got two or three really good options and we're just waiting to make the right decision in terms of the player's ability and the finance package to go with it all."
It would be Dudek's second spell in English football, having played for Liverpool from 2001-2007. He played a key role in the club's 2005 Champions League triumph when he saved a penalty.