Middlesbrough and Sunderland have expressed an interest in Leeds United goalkeeper Robert Green, according to reports.
The former England custodian's first-team place at Elland Road could be under threat after the Championship club signed Werder Bremen stopper Felix Wiedwald at the end of June.
Green, who joined Leeds on a free transfer from Queens Park Rangers last summer, was a regular in his first campaign at the club, starting all 46 of their league matches.
However, the Yorkshire Evening Post claims that Green is unhappy with Leeds now having four senior goalkeepers on their books, and may be considering his future.
As a result, it has been reported that the two North-East outfits, both of whom were relegated from the Premier League in 2016-17, are keeping tabs on the 37-year-old.