Crystal Palace are interested in bringing Tottenham goalkeeper Michel Vorm to Selhurst Park, according to Sky sources.
Palace manager Frank De Boer has been looking for a keeper all summer after the club allowed Steve Mandanda to return to Marseille in July.
They have been reportedly interested in Roma's Lukasz Skorupski and West Ham's Adrian in recent days as they seek competition for Wayne Hennessey.
But they are hoping Vorm, 33, could be an option for Palace after Tottenham signed Paulo Gazzaniga from Southampton on Wednesday.
Sky sources understand, however, that Gazzaniga was signed as a third-choice goalkeeper to develop under both Vorm and first-choice Hugo Lloris.
Dutchman Vorm, who has 15 caps for Holland, began his Premier League career with Swansea and has made 10 league appearances for Tottenham since arriving at White Hart Lane in the summer of 2014.