Three Premier League clubs are chasing Fiorentina goalkeeper Artur Boruc, according to the Corriere dello Sport.
Tottenham, Aston Villa and Everton are supposedly keen on the Polish international goalkeeper.
Boruc, now 32-years-old, joined the Viola in the summer of 2010 after five years in Scottish football with Celtic.
He played in 26 League games during his first Italian campaign after Sebastien Frey was sidelined by a knee problem.
He’s featured on 36 occasions this term following the Frenchman’s move to Genoa last summer.
If Boruc leaves, the Viola could make a move for Palermo goalkeeper Emiliano Viviano – a Fiorentina fan who is co-owned by Inter.
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