West Bromwich Albion are being linked with a move for Manchester United goalkeeper Tomasz Kuszczak.
The Polish international remains second choice at Old Trafford following the arrival of David de Gea, and with Anders Lindegaard also fighting for first team opportunities at Manchester United the 29-year-old is set to struggle for chances.
Roy Hodgson is thought to be a big fan of the keeper, and The Daily Mirror reports that the former Liverpool boss is keen to give the player a Hawthorns 'homecoming' to bring him back to the Midlands.
With Scott Carson completing a move to Turkish side Bursaspor earlier in the day, a keeper is now thought to be a priority for the Baggies.
It's thought that Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson is willing to listen to offers for the player, who became increasingly frustrated at the club under Edwin Van der Sar.
The £17.8 million move for De Gea has done little to appease the player, and a Manchester United exit now appears to be on the cards.