Burnley goalkeeper Tom Heaton is reportedly eager to join Championship side Leeds United on an emergency loan deal.
Leeds are in urgent need of goalkeeping reinforcements after seeing Bailey Peacock-Farrell and Jamal Blackman both pick up injuries during the international break, leaving 20-year-old William Huffer as their most senior option between the sticks.
Blackman suffered a broken leg during an Under-23s game last week, while first-choice Peacock-Farrell sustained a knee problem in training earlier this week.
The promotion contenders are hoping to be given permission by the EFL to bring in a new shot-stopper via an emergency loan, and talkSPORT reports that they have identified Heaton as a possible target.
The 32-year-old has plummeted down the Burnley pecking order since suffering a serious shoulder injury in September 2017 and is keen for more regular first-team football elsewhere.