Sources: Norwich, Fulham and Bournemouth set sights on Derby County star Roos
Norwich City, Fulham and Bournemouth are keeping close tabs on Derby County goalkeeper Kelle Roos, Football Insider can exclusively reveal.
The 29-year-old is out of contract at cash-strapped Derby next summer and clubs are monitoring his situation as they eye a January bargain.
A recruitment source has now told Football Insider that Norwich, Fulham and Bournemouth are all weighing up potential bids for the Dutchman.
He has been a shining light for Derby throughout their difficulties this season, keeping five clean sheets and conceding only 17 goals in 16 Championship games so far this season.
His performances between the sticks have caught the eye of both Premier League and Championship scouts.
Suitors will be hoping to take advantage of both his contract situation and Derby’s financial plight in January.
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The former PSV Eindhoven youngster has spent most of his career in England, having joined Nuneaton back in November 2013.
He was quickly picked up by Derby County in January 2014 and spent most of his formative years out on loan.
The keeper spent time at Rotherham, AFC Wimbledon, Port Vale and Plymouth up until December 2017.
Since then Roos has battled it out for a first-team spot at Derby, with 87 appearances to his name so far.
With over 70 games of Championship experience under his belt, the Rams’ rivals are circling in a bid to strike a cut-price deal for the shot-stopper.
High-flyers Fulham and Bournemouth are both keen to add Roos to their ranks as they both push for automatic promotion this season.
Meanwhile Premier League strugglers Norwich want the keeper as competition for Tim Krul, Angus Gunn and Michael McGovern.
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