Bolton Wanderers have made a bid for Leeds United goalkeeper Andy Lonergan, Sky Sports understands.
The 28-year-old joined Leeds last summer from Preston North End and he made over 30 appearances for the Whites.
However, Neil Warnock - who arrived late in the season - has a deal lined up for Queens Park Rangers' Paddy Kenny, which means Lonergan will be surplus to requirements.
Bolton boss Owen Coyle has been monitoring his situation and has now made a move as he looks to provide competition for Adam Bogdan following Jussi Jaaskelainen's departure from the club.
Meanwhile, Warnock has admitted that a number of his fringe players have been the subject of recent enquiries.
"There's been some enquiries for a number of players," he told the club's official website.
"I'm not surprised really. I think they all could do other clubs a job, but it's just that we're trying to change things and there's always one or casualties.
"It's no disrespect to them because you want to bring players in. We've had a couple of offers."