Everton have begun talks with AFC Bournemouth over the signing of Asmir Begovic, talkSPORT understands.
Begovic would sign on a two-year deal, and provide competition for England hero Jordan Pickford.
The Cherries fan favourite joined in 2017 for an undisclosed fee, and established himself as one of their key players before their relegation in 2020.
The Bosnian international has a wealth of Premier League experience, getting over top-flight 250 appearances while playing for Bournemouth, Stoke, Chelsea and Portsmouth.
Rafael Benitez is thought to be interested in strengthening his goalkeeping options, and views the 36-year-old as the ideal man.
The goalkeeper has one year remaining on his contract, however, the Championship club may consider letting him go for free, making him a cheap option for the Premier League side.
Journalist Fabrizio Romano took to Twitter to confirm the interest in the 34-year old.
Romano also revealed that Everton begun their chase for Begovic after Salvatore Sirigu, who was part of Italy’s Euro 2020 winning squad, completed a move to Genoa.