Leeds United are reportedly interested in a double swoop for Wolverhampton Wanderers duo Danny Batth and Matt Doherty.
The Midlands side have brought in five new faces in defence so far this summer - including Ryan Bennett, Roderick Miranda, Phil Ofosu-Ayeh, Barry Douglas and Willy Boly - as new boss Nuno Espirito Santo oversees a major overhaul of the squad.
Skipper Batth, 26, has been part of the Wolves setup since the age of 10 but looks likely to be moved on as part of Nuno's plans, while 25-year-old Doherty, who joined from Irish side Bohemians in 2010, is also in the firing line.
According to The Mirror, Leeds's new manager Thomas Christiansen is planning to make a bid of £4.5m for the pair, offering £2m for Batth and £2.5m for Doherty.
Both players are currently with the Wolves squad on their pre-season tour of Austria.