Former Dundee keeper Kyle Letheren has been offered a deal by English Championship outfit Bristol City.
But the Welshman may reject a deal at Ashton Gate in favour of first-team football.
City boss Steve Cotterill, who won the League One Manager of the Year title earlier this week after leading the Robins to the title, is chasing reinforcements in the goalkeeping department ahead of their campaign back in the second tier.
Letheren along with Southend play-off final hero Daniel Bentley, also wanted by Leeds, are thought to be on Cotterill’s shortlist.
However, it’s believed that whichever is taken to the south-east, both would be No 2 to first-choice Frank Fielding.
Desperate to catch Wales boss Chris Coleman’s eye, the 27-year-old, released by Dundee after the derby day defeat, could reject a hefty contract and the chance to play against higher-profile opposition to chase his personal dream of going to Euro 2016 next summer.
Interest in Letheren, who also stressed a desire to move south for family reasons, does not end there, though.
Partick have tabled an offer for the Dark Blues promotion hero as they look to replace goalie Scott Fox, who last week signed for Ross County.
English Football League sides Gillingham and Oxford, both of League Two, have also shown an interest while former club Barnsley have also been in contact with the player’s agent.
Although rumours have been rife among punters linking Letheren with a move to city rivals Dundee United, there is not thought to be any truth in it.
On Monday, the Dark Blues announced the signing of Letheren’s replacement.
The Dee have signed former Stranraer keeper David Mitchell on a two-year deal.