Two days ago, Bold in Denmark reported Southampton have identified Patrick Pentz as the main goalkeeper target for the summer window.

It was also said the Saints were ‘too slow’ in their efforts as Pentz completed a permanent move to Brøndby.

Southampton continue look for a new stopper in the market, and Gianluca Di Marzio says they have included PAOK’s Dominik Kotarski in their target list.

According to Di Marzio, Parma are keen on securing his services, but PAOK’s request of €10m plus bonuses is a problem for the Italian club.

Inter Milan have also been following the Croatia international for a long time, while he has received interest from Southampton and Augsburg. The journalist says Russell Martin’s side and the German club have carried out polls for him. contacted agent Vincenzo Cavaliere, presented as an expert on Croatian players, to get some background. The representative insisted the player is ready to make the jump.

“He’s a very modern goalkeeper with great feet and technique, from the Ajax school. He had Roberto De Zerbi’s former coach this year,” he said.

“Courageous in the outings, in goal he made incredible saves, just look at the Conference League Insta where he was present almost every round with the ‘best saves of the round’. Definitely ready [to make the big leap], without a doubt. He has amply demonstrated it.

When asked to rate the PAOK player, Cavaliere explained: “One of the 3-4 top youngsters in Europe.”