Liverpool are being linked with a move for ex-Celtic goalkeeper Artur Boruc, reports the Daily Mail.
The Polish goalkeeper, currently applying his trade with Fiorentina, earned 79 clean sheets in over 200 matches for the old firm side during a five year spell at Celtic Park.
Boruc left Celtic for Italy to become an understudy to Sebastien Frey and had to wait until November for his first start for the club.
The 31-year-old won three SPL titles while at Celtic, including two Scottish League Cups and one Scottish Cup.
Celtic have since replaced Boruc in the first-team with Lukasz Zaluska.
With Liverpool having lost out on signing Brad Friedel, Kenny Dalglish is still looking for a backup for Pepe Reina.
The likes of Alexander Doni and Hugo Lloris have both been linked with moves to Liverpool this summer.
Dalglish is expected to be provided with a large transfer kitty this summer, and has wasted little time splashing out on Jordan Henderson to help bolster Liverpool's midfield.