Stoke City goalkeeper Jack Butland is a target for Crystal Palace this summer as Roy Hodgson looks to strengthen his options in goal.
According to South London News, the Eagles are looking to Butland amidst reports linking Vicente Guaita with a move back to La Liga.
The former Getafe shot-stopper moved to Palace on a free transfer after his contract expired with the Spanish side last summer, initially signing a three year deal at Selhurst Park.
Guaita could be set for a return to Spain at the end of this season, however, and Palace are said to be lining the England international up as their replacement.
The 25-year-old currently plays in the Championship for the Potters following their relegation from the Premier League, and could be tempted to force a move through with Stoke currently out of contention for a return to the top flight this season.
Butland joined the Potters from Birmingham in a deal worth over £3million in 2013 and is said to currently be valued at £15million.
Who else could Palace look to as Guaita's replacement?
The Cardiff keeper has been one of the standout players for Neil Warnock’s side this season in their battle against relegation, and would surely be considered by a host of Premier League sides this summer should the Bluebirds go down.
Similarly to Etheridge, Rico has been another who has looked impressive for a team battling against relegation. The Spaniard has revealed his desire to stay in the Premier League which could tempt Palace with Fulham set to be relegated.
The youngster has impressed for Sheffield United this season during his loan from Manchester United and the 21-year-old already looks good enough for the Premier League.
Randolph has the highest number of clean sheets in the Championship this season with 16 from 34 matches and has experience in the Premier League from his time at West Ham. Should Middlesborough fail to gain promotion to the top flight, he could be looking to make the step up.