Burnley goalkeeper Tom Heaton has been in top form this season
Heaton has been a revelation for Burnley in the Premier League this season, keeping five clean sheets to help Sean Dyche’s side to 13th.
Heaton was called up to the England squad last season under Roy Hodgson and has stayed in the frame under Gareth Southgate.
And according to The Sun, Heaton is a target for Manchester City, Liverpool and Everton.
The 30-year-old goalkeeper has three-and-a-half-years remaining on his contract at Turf Moor, which is said to have a release clause in it that only becomes active if Burnley are relegated.
Burnley would want a fee in excess of £15million for Heaton, who joined the club for less than £500,000 from Bristol City in 2013.
The Manchester United academy product is wanted at their cross-town rivals Manchester City.
City boss Pep Guardiola signed goalkeeper Claudio Bravo for £17m in the summer to replace Joe Hart, who he loaned out to Serie A club Torino.
But Bravo has come under fire after a poor season at the Etihad, recently conceding four in defeat to Everton.
Everton are keen on Heaton with boss Ronald Koeman monitoring his situation as he looks to upgrade current options Maarten Stekelenburg and Joel Robles.
And Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp also has goalkeeper problems with Lorius Korius and Simon Mignolet – but thinks moving for Heaten would be easier than trying to sign Hart from City.