Wolverhampton Wanderers are being linked with a move for Dinamo Zagreb goalkeeper Dominik Livakovic.
Sportske Novosti have reported the 26-year-old is of interest to the club.
The Croatian outlet claims several sources have informed them it is a possibility Livakovic could be Premier League-bound.
He is also supposedly being tracked by Atalanta.
Livakovic may be a name some have become more familiar with this summer.
He featured for Croatia at Euro 2020, playing all four of their games at the tournament.
Some may also remember him being a part of the Dinamo side that dumped Tottenham Hotspur out of the Europa League back in March. He made five brilliant saves from inside the area that night in a 3-0 win.
Livakovic has been with his current club since 2015, and racked up 185 games to date.
The development comes amid continued speculation surrounding Rui Patricio.
The 33-year-old is set to leave Molineux after three years, with AS Roma poised to land the stopper.
Jose Sa has been the most mentioned name up to now, but there have also been links to Danny Ward and Bartlomiej Dragowski.
An interesting link
Livakovic came in for quite a bit of praise at the Euros.
He may have shipped five goals against Spain, but the star did catch the eye at his first major tournament.
Should the Sa claims prove wide of the mark, this would not be a bad alternative at all.
tportal.hr say Livakovic has been the foundation of Dinamo’s European successes for the past three seasons.
In his 185 games for Dinamo he has kept 92 clean sheets which is very respectable.