Aston Villa have made an enquiry about Burnley goalkeeper Tom Heaton, Sky Sports report.
Heaton's future at Turf Moor has been in doubt since he turned down a contract offer from the club last month.
Significantly, the England international only has 12 months remaining on his current deal, meaning Burnley face the prospect of losing him on a free transfer next summer.
In these circumstances, it is thought that they will listen to offers for Heaton.
And Villa, named as an interested party in June, have stepped-up their interest by sounding out the possibility of a deal.
The newly-promoted side were rebuffed in their efforts to sign Jack Butland, valued at £25million by Stoke City.
Heaton heads a shortlist of goalkeeping options which is also thought to include Southampton's Alex McCarthy.
Hart also available
The report also states that Joe Hart has been put up for sale, just a year after his move from Manchester City.
Hart was Burnley's starting goalkeeper for the first half of the 2017/18 campaign, but after shipping five goals against Everton in a defeat which left the Clarets in the bottom three, he was dropped in favour of a fit-again Heaton.
Heaton's impressive form thereafter nudged Hart down the permanent pecking order.
Should Burnley lose both in this transfer window, Nick Pope, who signed a new long-term contract in May, will assume a starting role.
Pope saw his minutes severely restricted last season, largely due to a shoulder injury, but is highly-rated after a key contribution to his side's excellent seventh-place finish in 2017/18.
It is likely a new goalkeeper would be recruited to serve as Pope's deputy.