Marc-André ter Stegen? Claudio Bravo? Gerónimo Rulli? Just when you thought the goalkeeping situation at Manchester City couldn’t become any more confusing, a new name has arrived in the rumour mill.
25-year-old PSV Eindhoven goalkeeper Jeroen Zoet has emerged as as a strong contender should Pep Guardiola decide he wants a new goalkeeper, according to the Daily Mail.
Zoet, who has four caps for the Netherlands, was hugely impressive for PSV last season, keeping 13 clean sheets in their title-winning campaign. According to the Mail, City scouts watched him extensively and were impressed enough that a bid is now being considered.
The Dutchman could be available for as little as £7 million, it is reported, and other English clubs, such as Newcastle and Crystal Palace, have also shown an interest.
Earlier today, there were reports from Spain that Claudio Bravo is likely to be the one brought in, despite denials from City, but the emergence of Jeroen Zoet as a candidate shakes things up even more.
What must Joe Hart think, if aware of all this speculation? Will the fan favourite be between the sticks against Sunderland on the opening day of the season?