Everton, AFC Bournemouth and Middlesbrough are all reportedly mulling over summer moves for Wales international goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey, according to The Sun on Sunday.
The Premier League duo and Championship outfit are interested in snapping up the Crystal Palace shot stopper come the end of the current 2015/16 campaign, who is set to feature for the Eagles during next month’s FA Cup final against Manchester United at Wembley Stadium.
The 29-year-old, who has 56 international caps to his name and is set to star for Wales at Euro 2016 later this year in France, has kept 11 clean sheets in 35 appearances in all competitions for Alan Pardew’s side so far this season.
Hennessey, who has one year left on his current deal at Selhurst Park, joined Palace from Wolverhampton Wanderers back in January 2014 in a deal worth an initial £1.6m.
The report suggests that Neville Southall was the Welshman’s childhood hero; so a switch to Goodison Park could prove preferable, meanwhile the Cherries and Boro would like to recruit Hennessey as stiff competition for Artur Boruc and Dimi Konstantopoulos respectively.