Leeds United are targeting Rangers’ Wes Foderingham as they look to bring in an experienced goalkeeper to ease their injury crisis.
The Championship promotion chasers have identified signing a goalkeeper in the January transfer window following injuries to Bailey Peacock-Farrell and Jamal Blackman.
Peacock-Farrell has been Marco Bielsa’s number one before injury struck, whilst on-loan back-up goalkeeper Blackman has suffered a broken leg and returned to parent club Chelsea.
20-year-old Will Huffer was in goal for the win against Bristol City at the weekend but the Express are reporting that Foderingham has emerged as a transfer target to ease the goalkeeping crisis.
Former Swindon goalkeeper Foderingham has been with Rangers since 2015, but lost his place as number one to summer signing Allan McGregor and may be keen on a move to secure regular football.
It is believed Leeds have turned to Foderingham after missing out on Burnley’s Tom Heaton, who looks set to join Championship rivals Aston Villa.