Stoke City goalkeeper Jack Butland has reportedly emerged as a transfer target for Crystal Palace and Bournemouth.
Butland was one of a number of high-profile players to remain at Stoke after their relegation from the Premier League, but the 26-year-old could not help the Potters put together a promotion bid in the Championship.
The England international now has just two years remaining on his contract, which leaves Stoke in a position where they may look to cash in on arguably their biggest asset.
According to The Stoke Sentinel, Palace and Bournemouth are ready to make big-money offers for Butland in the coming weeks.
The report suggests that Butland is yet to decide on his preferred destination, with the stopper waiting to see if he receives interest from a top-10 club.
Butland has made 133 appearances since Stoke paid £4m for his services in 2013.