Red Star Belgrade keeper Milan Borjan is attracting interest from several Championship clubs with West Brom, Swansea and Bristol City all weighing up moves for the keeper.
The 30-year old, who was born in Yugoslavia but has played almost 40 times for Canada, has had a very unusual career, playing in Turkey, Bulgaria and now Serbia as well as other countries.
He was an important player for his current side as they landed the Serbian SuperLiga title ahead of rivals Partizan Belgrade.
And, Bristol Live have revealed that he has now been linked with a move to English football with the three Championship sides all interested in the stopper.
Whether Borjan would arrive as a number one at Ashton Gate or The Hawthorns remains to be seen but both are known to be on the lookout for cover for Frank Fielding and Ben Foster.
Meanwhile, Swansea are certainly after a new number one after Poland international Lukasz Fabianski left the Welsh side for West Ham followin the Swans relegation.
Borjan has had a very interesting keeper and will be an unknown to football fans in the UK but he has played for some good sides.
The fact three Championship clubs are thought to be tracking him suggests they see something in him and all could do with competition in that department.
Whether a deal happens remains to be seen but fans will be glad to see their sides are looking to improve their squads.
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