Loaned out to Empoli by Fiorentina for the season, Bartlomiej Dragowski has hugely impressed between the sticks for the Serie A side throughout the current campaign.
With one game left in the 2018-19 season, Empoli remain just outside the relegation zone, one point ahead of Genoa, in great part down to the Poland international, who has won them much needed points more than once.
According to TuttoMercatoWeb, this form, and the fact he has to sit behind Alban Lafont at Fiorentina, has caused three sides to take interest in him from the Premier League: Huddersfield, West Ham and Southampton.
The Hammers’ interest has already been documented, as the goalkeeper was asked about scouts being present recently by Gazzetta dello Sport, but interest from the Saints and the Terriers appears to be new.
As Jonas Lössl prepares his exit, with a move to Everton touted, Jan Siewert will be needing a new shot stopper for next season in the Championship, and the young Pole could be the ideal man to help them quickly return to the Premier League in 2020.
Southampton’s name being included here is a bit more of a surprise, unless Ralph Hassenüttl wasn’t that impressed with Angus Gunn’s performances at the end of the season, keeping just three clean sheets in his 12 Premier League appearances under the Austrian manager.
All three sides are said to have already made ‘first explorative contacts’, trying to find out the ‘costs and conditions’ of a potential operation.