Cardiff are closing in on the signing of Norwich goalkeeper David Marshall, skysports.com understands.
The Bluebirds are believed to have agreed a fee with Norwich for the Scotland international and he is now set for talks with the Championship outfit.
Cardiff have made a new goalkeeper a top target for next season and they have moved quickly to try and bring former Celtic keeper Marshall to Ninian Park.
Marshall was one of Norwich's shining lights this term despite suffering relegation from the Championship and played every minute of every game.
Norwich are resigned to losing some of their top stars as they prepare for life in League One and Marshall could be one of the first to leave Carrow Road.
The 24-year-old is keen to be playing at the highest level as he looks to safeguard his place in the Scotland squad and Cardiff are hoping to tie up a deal for the highly-rated custodian in the near future.