Last Updated: Tue, 12 Nov 2013 13:16
Swansea are reportedly lining up FC Utrecht goalkeeper Robbin Ruiter as a possible successor to current shot-stopper Michel Vorm.
Vorm spent six years with Utrecht before making the switch to South Wales in 2011 and has impressed everyone at Swansea with his displays between the posts.
The Netherlands international keeper has been linked with a few top clubs, with the likes of Arsenal and Barcelona said to be keeping tabs on the 30-year-old.
Whether or not that has influenced Swans boss Michael Laudrup's thinking is open to question, but reports in Holland claim the Swans are keen on the 26-year-old custodian.
Ruiter is in his second season at Utrecht following a 2012 move from Volendam and is valued at around £1.5m.
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