Southampton, along with West Ham United and Huddersfield Town, are reportedly keen on Fiorentina keeper Bartlomiej Dragowski.
According to TuttoMercatoWeb, relayed by Sport Witness, the Saints have joined the race to sign the Polish international, after his impressive campaign on loan at Empoli.
The 21-year-old has had plenty to do for Empoli this season and has helped them to possible Serie A safety over the course of the campaign.
And Dragowski’s impressive form has caught the eye of Saints officials, as well as Huddersfield Town.
West Ham have been interested in the keeper for a number of weeks and scouted the player earlier this month.
Southampton boss Ralph Hasenhuttl looks set to be active in the market for a new keeper, with current shot-stoppers Angus Gunn, Alex McCarthy and Fraser Forster all enduring a mixed run of form in recent years.
The report claims that all three sides have made a first move in seeing how much the Pole would cost, so the Saints look set to face fierce competition over the summer if they make their interest in Dragowski concrete.
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The Manchester United keeper has enjoyed a successful loan spell with Sheffield United and looks set to be playing Premier League football next season. If the Blades fail to agree a move with the Red Devils, the Saints could look to pounce.
Neil Etheridge was possibly Cardiff’s standout performer in their relegation campaign and could be a realistic option for the Saints.
Stoke City’s Jack Butland has been tipped for a Premier League return for the past six months and could be another realistic target for the club.
Experienced Burnley stopper Joe Hart has fallen down the pecking order at Burnley, however, the former England number one would provide plenty of Premier League experience.