It is understood that Yeovil Town will be active in the transfer market within the next ten days.
The goalkeeping position is currently free as Marek Stech and Chris Dunn both left the club after there relegation back to League One.
Stech moved to Sparta Prague after rejecting a new contract at Huish Park, while second choice goalkeeper Chris Dunn moved to newly promoted Cambridge United.
Glovers boss Gary Johnson revealed replacements have been identified and confidence is high in capturing his targets.
Johnson said ”We’re not turning down any discussions with anyone wanting to join us full time, but especially with goalkeepers, there’s always that option that you can take someone on loan.
I would prefer to have my own in place but normally there’s an abundance of goalkeepers around, and the nature of the beast is that they all want to play in the first team. Not many want to stick around and play as a number two, so we have to make sure we take a look at who is available and get the right one in.” added Johnson.
Yeovil have already signed two defenders, in Nathan Smith and Aaron Martin.