FLEETWOOD TOWN is keen on Leicester City’s Polish keeper Jakub Stolarczyk.
Cod Army chief Scott Brown trained at Dunfermline while the 21-year-old was there on loan.
The Foxes are likely to let Stolarczyk go to gain experience but can wait and see what happens to Daniel Iversen, who has been loaned to Preston.
Iversen is wanted by several Championship clubs.
North End, Middlesbrough and Sunderland are all keen on the 24-year-old.
However, the Dane could be looking for a move abroad if he doesn’t get a first-team chance from Leicester.
Stolarczyk made eleven appearances for Dunfermline in the Scottish Championship in the second half of last season.
Elsewhere, Joe Wildsmith is said to be offered a new deal when his contract with Sheffield Wednesday expires.
The 26-year-old goaltender played just eight games for the Owls in all competitions last season.
Meanwhile, in other news at King Power in the week, SunSport exclusively revealed that Leicester are one of three teams chasing New Zealand’s rising star Matt Garbett.
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The 20-year-old plies his trade in Serie A at Torino.
Top-flight LaLiga club Sevilla also keep their eye on the highly-rated midfielder.
https://www.the-sun.com/sport/5542184/jakub-stolarczyk-transfer-fleetwood-leicester/ Scott Brown’s Fleetwood are looking to snap up Leicester keeper Jakub Stolarczyk, 21, on loan in the summer