Blackburn Rovers have set their sights on free agent Warner Hahn, according to multiple reports from the Dutch media. 

The goalkeeper left SC Heerenveen after the end of the last season and is now without a club. 

Voetbal International claims the 28-year-old underwent a knee surgery so that he can join a new club in a ‘top condition’. 

The stopper spent the 2014/15 season on loan at PEC Zwolle and the report adds he is currently training with the Eredivisie club.

Hahn is ‘still looking for a foreign adventure’ and it’s claimed the Championship side and FC Midtjylland ‘have made contact with the keeper’s camp, ‘partly because their first [choice] goalkeepers are injured’, after Thomas Kaminski picked up a groin injury in the Sky Blues’ 4-0 win over Coventry City on Saturday. 

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Blackburn will face Reading on Tuesday and in his pre-match press conference, Tony Mowbray labelled Kaminski’s injury as “minor”.

Another Dutch outlet RTV Oost also claims Blackburn and Midtjylland making contact with Hahn, but they make it clear ‘a contract has not yet been agreed’. 

With Mowbray confirming today that Kaminski’s groin injury is “minor”, it remains to be seen whether or not Blackburn will make an official approach for Hahn.