Czech Republic goalkeeper Martin Lejsal is travelling to England to discuss a move to the Championship after a switch to Feyenoord fell through.
Lejsal has previously been linked with Middlesbrough and recently took part in a goalkeeping camp in London to showcase his ability.
He appears to have caught the eye of two Championship teams and is due to meet with the unnamed clubs on Tuesday.
The 26-year-old, who currently plays for FC Brno, is hoping to seal a 'dream' move to English football before the start of the season.
"I would not like to reveal the names yet, but to play in England has been my dream," Lejsal told CTK.
Feyenoord had also shown an interest in Lejsal, but the shot-stopper revealed the Dutch outfit must offload players before bringing in fresh faces.
He added: "They said they need to sell three players first before they could make any signings."