Crystal Palace are keen to sign Paris Saint-Germain goalkeeper Kevin Trapp, report The Sun.
The report states Palace have already made an approach for the 27-year-old, with a view to a January move.
Palace are hoping a loan deal can be struck for the goalkeeper, who has been out of favour this season.
Trapp has only made one Ligue 1 start, last week in a 2-0 victory over Troyes.
Last season he made 24 Ligue 1 starts, and played a key role in their 2015/16 title win.
Trapp is a German international and although Manuel Neuer has the number one spot sewn up, he will want to secure a World Cup place next summer, and this will likely require regular football.
Palace goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey was injured in the warm up against West Brom yesterday due to a back spasm, with veteran Julian Speroni taking his place.
The Eagles were left without a substitute goalkeeper for the fixture, in which they went onto keep a clean sheet as they drew 0-0.
Trapp could be an upgrade on both Speroni and Hennessey, and if he can be brought in on loan, Palace have very little to lose.