Borussia Dortmund and Premier League side Newcastle United are both interested in signing former Bayern Munich goalkeeper, Lukas Raeder, according to the Mail Online.
Raeder, who is currently a free agent, was on trial at Southampton but a deal between the two parties fell through, meaning Newcastle and Dortmund stepped up their interest.
Cruciate ligament surgery kept him out of the Bayern squad, which led him to leave the German giants in 2014 and he joined Vitoria Setubal for £150,000.
In his three years in Portugal, he made 32 appearances, conceding 57, only keeping eight clean sheets and he has now been released by the club.
With the 6ft 5in goalkeeper still being 23, he can play for under 23 sides for this season so one of these clubs may bring him in for the development team, which could allow him to get his career back on track.