According to reports, Sunderland are considering a move for 39-year-old Middlesborough goalkeeper Dimi Konstantopoulos as Chris Coleman continues his search for a new keeper.
Konstantopoulos is currently the second-choice keeper at Boro after the club signed Darren Randolph from West Ham during the summer and he has not played for the club since October.
The chance of playing regularly for Championship strugglers Sunderland could be something that appeals to the veteran keeper, however it remains to be seen if Tony Pulis will be willing to allow the player to leave unless an immediate replacement is found.
Konstantopoulos will be a good signing for the Black Cats as they look to avoid relegation from the Championship.
He will be a better option than Leeds keeper Andy Lonergan who has also been linked with a move to Coleman’s side. Lonergan was given a few games for the Whites but was unconvincing.