Sky Bet Championship side Sheffield Wednesday are vying for the signature of Shrewsbury Town goalkeeper Jayson Leutwiler, according to the Sun.
The 26-year-old joined the Shrews at the beginning of the season on a free transfer following his release from Middlesbrough, and he has since gone on to impress at the promoted club.
Any move for a goalkeeper by Sheffield Wednesday would be deemed odd after they signed Keiran Westwood on a free transfer over the summer, who has performed fantastically and earnt himself a place in the Championship team of the season.
Shrewsbury have a track record of producing top goalkeepers, with England number one Joe Hart an academy product of theirs who left the club for Manchester City in 2006.
Wednesday are looking for recruits to aid them in a promotion challenge next season, after finishing this season in mid-table in 13th position, after amassing 60 points this season.
In Sky Bet League Two, Shrewsbury had a wonderful season and ended up finishing in second place, meaning they are promoted to League One after accumulating 89 points throughout the season.
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