Currently at the Euros with Portugal, Rui Patrício is both trying to qualify his country for the next round of the competition and waiting for his future at club level to be resolved.

The goalkeeper has found himself at the centre of a tussle between AS Roma and Wolverhampton Wanderers, with the Italian side willing to gift the 33-year-old to José Mourinho to replace Pau López.

Patricio is reportedly also keen on the move, which has led Wolves to try and find a replacement for Bruno Lage.

José Sá was said to be an option, although it appears the Premier League side are also looking in Italy, where Viola News are reporting they have ‘asked for information’ about Bartlomiej Dragowski ‘in recent weeks’.

The Fiorentina goalkeeper isn’t exactly for sale, but he is 23 years old, talented and could be a long-term solution should Patrício leave.

Tottenham, West Ham and Southampton are also on the case, all needing a shot stopper in the near future.

We’ll have to see who wins this race, but it’s one worth keeping an eye on.