Norwich City are interested in signing Martin Fraisl who is currently on the books of Schalke.
However, the Premier League outfit face competition for the signature of the 28-year-old.
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According to a report from Goal.com, Rangers are also keen to secure the services of the Austrian shot-stopper.
It has been reported that the Scottish champions are currently leading the race for the experienced footballer as they have already submitted an offer for him.
Martin Fraisl started his career at Austrian outfit Sportunion Wolfsbach before he went on to play for nine different clubs.
Following a short spell at ADO Den Haag, he joined Schalke on a free transfer in July last year.
The 28-year-old has since clocked up 18 appearances across all competitions for the 2.Bundesliga outfit, earning six clean sheets to his name.
However, his current contract at the Veltins-Arena is set to expire this summer and he can now sign a pre-contract with foreign clubs.
As per Goal, the Austrian shot-stopper is still open to remaining in Germany but Schalke have yet to start contract renewal talks.
His situation has alerted many clubs who are all interested to secure his services.
Norwich City are one of his admirers who want to bring him to Carrow Road regardless of whether they stay in the Premier League or suffer relegation.
However, the Canaries face competition from several other clubs. And with a number of options at his disposal, it remains to be seen whether Fraisl opts to join the Yellows who are looking very likely to face relegation to the Championship, or sign for any other club.
The keeper could make a move to Greece at the end of this season, with Olympiacos having identified him as a target. While two clubs from the Serie A and La Liga are also said to be tracking him.