Manchester City have already drafted in a goalkeeper ahead of the new season but it appears Pep Guardiola is set to land another in this summer window.
Bad news, Claudio Bravo.
One of Guardiola's first actions once taking over City was to axe Joe Hart, and to bring in Bravo from his former club Barcelona.
A dejected Bravo during a Premier League fixture against Leicester City. Image: PA
Though the Chilean stopper endured a miserable season, prone to committing howlers while occupying his spot between the sticks.
So, Guardiola has once again dipped into the transfer market for a keeper, signing Benfica's budding talent Ederson.
And he's now on the verge of sealing the services of another keeper in the shape of Pepe Reina. According to The Telegraph, City have tabled a £2.6 million bid which was rejected, though the report suggests that a fee is set to be agreed in the coming days.
Reina back to the Premier League? Looks like it. Image: PA
The Spaniard has been an ever present for Napoli since joining them in 2015 from Bayern Munich, missing just two league games since his arrival.
But having plied his trade in the La Liga, Bundesliga and Serie A, the 34-year-old made his name at Liverpool where he became a cult-hero famously winning the FA Cup, League Cup and UEFA Super Cup during his spell.
Reina celebrates during his Liverpool days. Image: PA
Reina has played over 250 Premier League matches and would provide his fellow countryman with a wealth of experience and knowledge, while also nurturing Ederson.
With the transfer window in full flow, Guardiola has already splashed the cash on the aforementioned Ederson, Bernardo Silva, Kyle Walker and Douglas Luiz.
While the club hope to secure the signing of the former Liverpool keeper, they are also hoping to bolster their side with the addition of Benjamin Mendy who continues to be heavily linked with a move to the Etihad.