Manchester United goalkeeper Ben Amos will leave Old Trafford in the summer according to ESPN, with a number of Premier League and Championship clubs eyeing him up.
The 24-year-old will be allowed to leave the club on a free, rather than be offered a new contract when his current deal comes to a close at the end of the season.
Amos himself is said to be wanting a move in the search for first-team football despite coming through the ranks at United.
Over successive campaigns Amos has seen his chances at becoming the Red Devils No. 1 blocked by both Edwin van der Sar and David De Gea.
His chances of finding a new club look good though with Amos proving his skills whilst on-loan at Bolton Wanderers where he made nine impressive appearances, picking up the club’s player of the month award in March.
And Bolton could be his next, permanent destination with Trotters boss Neil Lennon admitting he would like to see him return to the club.
However, ESPN believe Amos will weigh up his options before making a final decision.