Watford will reportedly look to sign Swansea City’s Lukasz Fabianski, with the South Wales side willing to sell the keeper this summer.

Heurelho Gomes’ advancing years and concerns over Orestis Karnezis’ long-term suitability as a number one means the Hornets are in the market for a keeper.

Fabianski has enjoyed a fine season in spite of Swansea’s relegation from the Premier League and is eager to find a new top flight club.

Swansea have told the keeper he is free to leave the club should an adequate offer come in for his services.

The Hornets are not alone in keeping tabs on the former Arsenal man’s situation, however, and could face competition for his services from Newcastle United, West Ham, and Crystal Palace.

The 33-year-old has only one year left to run on his contract and Swansea are keen to cash in on a player who no longer wants to be at the club.

It is believed the Swans would accept a bid of £5 million for the Poland international, who has made 149 outings since joining City in 2014.

Gomes and Karnezis, who is at Watford on loan, have shared the Watford goalkeeping duties this season, but Javi Gracia has largely favoured the Greek stopper since taking over.

Karnezis, though, has been linked with a move to his homeland to join Olympiacos and Gomes has just a year left on his contract.

Watford also have Daniel Bachmann and talented youngster Pontus Dahlberg among their ranks and are well stocked for goalkeepers.

With Fabianski keen to be number one at whichever club he moves to, it is likely that at least one of Watford’s current keepers will depart Vicarage Road in the summer should Fabianski arrive.