Date: 16th June 2017 at 4:45pm
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Peterborough United are expected to be very busy this summer.

The window hasn’t even officially opened yet but they have swooped to sign Ricky Miller (Dover Athletic), Danny Lloyd (Stockport County) and Josh Tibbetts (Birmingham City).

In addition to this, Posh have transfer listed eleven first team players – including key duo Michael Bostwick and Marcus Maddison – as part of their major summer overhaul at the ABAX.

Last season, Peterborough’s number one goalkeeper was Luke McGee, who was on loan from Tottenham Hotspur.

This year, they are going to need to make at least one new goalkeeper signing.

Posh have snapped up Tibbetts from Birmingham but he is young, inexperienced and perhaps not ready for regular League One football.

One player Peterborough could look to sign on loan next season is Marek Rodak from Fulham.

The young goalkeeper is an exceptionally talented stopper who kept eight clean sheets in twenty games whilst on loan at Accrington Stanley last season.

He joined Accrington in January and improved their defensive record considerably with a string of top saves and dominant performances between the sticks.

The 20-year-old shows maturity beyond his years and looks very capable of jumping up a division to League One.

Rodak is currently at the 2017 under-21 European Championships and Peterborough should be keeping a close eye on his progress ahead of a possible loan swoop.

The Slovakia under-21 international has a bright future and this move could benefit all parties while solving Peterborough’s goalkeeper crisis.

Peterborough United fans – would you like to sign Marek Rodak on loan next season? Let us know below…