A report claims that Roy Hodgson has enquired about the availability of Ipswich Town's Bartosz Bialkowski, while Tottenham Hotspur deputy Michel Vorm is another option.
Crystal Palace have reportedly turned their attention to Ipswich Town's Bartosz Bialkowski, as they up their search for a new goalkeeper.
The Eagles have alternated between Julian Speroni and Wayne Hennessey between the sticks this term, neither of whom has done enough to impress manager Roy Hodgson.
Bringing in a new keeper is said to be Hodgson's main priority for January and, according to Sky Sports News, contact has already been made with Ipswich.
Bialkowski is one of a few targets Hodgson has in mind, with Tottenham Hotspur number two Michel Vorm another possible option.
The former Poland Under-21s stopper has been involved in all 24 of Ipswich's Championship games this season, having also been used 44 times in 2016-17.