Sunderland manager Steve Bruce has revealed Ipswich have made an enquiry about goalkeeper Marton Fulop.
The 27-year-old Hungary international has been linked with a move away from the Stadium of Light, and the Tractor Boys are interested in his signature.
Former Black Cats boss Roy Keane wants to bring Fulop to the Championship club, and with Bruce known to be considering a move for England shot-stopper David James, he is sure that Fulop will leave.
He told the Journal: "There has been an enquiry from Ipswich, but I don't think there has been a bid yet. There has been talk with a number of other clubs as well.
"I'm sure he will go. He wants to play football and I'm not going to stand in his way.
"With the injury to Craig (Gordon), it has got me thinking a bit (about the goalkeeping situation), but Marton wants to play regularly so something will happen there.
"I don't know whether it will be Ipswich, we will have to wait and see."
Fulop has extensive experience of English football in a number of divisions, having played for Chesterfield, Coventry, Leicester, Stoke and Manchester City on loan.