Gillingham's Czech Republic goalkeeper Tomas Holy is attracting Premier League interest.
The shot-stopper, who stands 6ft 9in tall, ended up at the League One club last year following his release by Sparta Prague in his homeland, says the Mirror.
He became a near-ever present, and now the Gills are bracing themselves for a late bid after the phone started ringing earlier this month.
Gillingham are prepared to allow understudy Tom Hadler to step into Holy's shoes, with a string of clubs including Premier League sides Arsenal, Crystal Palace, West Ham and Everton having registered interest in the last few weeks.
Championship duo West Brom and Middlesbrough are also keen on the 26-year-old.