Liverpool are reportedly poised to sign goalkeeper Adam Bogdan from Bolton Wanderers to make it their second signing of the summer.
According to the Telegraph, the Hungarian international has refused a contract with the Lancashire club and will join Liverpool on a free transfer at the end of this month.
Brendan Rodgers is keen to sign a goalkeeper this summer after releasing Brad Jones following the expiry of his contract.
He is keen for the new stopper to challenge current number one Simon Mignolet and keep him on his toes and has identified Bogdan, who impressed the manager during Liverpool's FA Cup quarter-finals win over Bolton in March.
The 27-year-old 'keeper has been at the Macron Stadium since 2008, and is currently on the final month of his contract. He rejected new offers from the club and has admitted that he is looking for a move away from the Championship outfit.
The Hungarian has indicated that he wants to play at a higher level, hinting that a move to Liverpool could be on the cards following the expiry of his contract.
"I am confident that soon will decide my fate. My goal is to play at a higher level, but it also depends on where you get a chance," Bogdan said, as quoted by the Mirror.
"We'll see, everything is decided in the next week or two," the Hungarian goalkeeper added.
If the Merseyside club succeeds in their pursuit of the goalkeeper, he will become their second free transfer of the summer after they snared midfielder James Milner on a Bosman from Manchester City.
The Reds are also on the trail of Danny Ings, who is set to become a free agent at the end of the month, but Rodgers will have to fork a small fee set by a tribunal as compensation to Burnley.