Skysports.com understands Swansea have made a bid for Nottingham Forest goalkeeper Lee Camp.
As revealed earlier in the week by skysports.com, Brendan Rodgers was considering a swoop for the City Ground shot-stopper and has now tabled a firm offer.
The Swans have been on the look-out for a new keeper following Dorus de Vries' departure for Wolves and have already secured the services of Jose Moreira from Benfica.
But manager Rodgers is eager to bring in another keeper in readiness for the club's maiden Premier League campaign.
Camp has emerged as the man at the top of Rodgers' wish-list having been hugely impressive during the last two seasons.
The 26-year-old helped Forest to the Championship play-offs in the last two years, during which he was handed the captain's armband and earned his Northern Ireland debut in March.
But the former Derby and QPR keeper is under contract at the City Ground until 2013, so Swansea will have to stump up a significant fee to prise him away from the Reds.