Huddersfield Town are set to run the rule over Dutch Under 21 goalkeeper Jesse Bertrams.

The PSV Eindhoven player is out of contract this summer, so will be available on a free transfer.

And sources in Holland suggest he is heading to PPG Canalside for a trial.

Bertrams has yet to figure at first-team level for PSV but has played for their reserves in Holland’s second tier and has two Under 21 caps.

It’s no secret that Town, whose current first-choice keeper is on-loan Aston Villa man Jed Steer , are seeking a new face between the posts.

Four different keepers, Luke Coddington (Middlesbrough), Andy Firth (Liverpool), Dominic Kurasik (Stoke City) and Tim Brown (West Ham United) have played as trialists in recent Under 21 games.

Villa’s imminent relegation from the Premier League may make it more likely they will want to keep hold of Steer, 23, who is under contract there until 2019.

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The most experienced stopper currently on Town’s books is former Republic of Ireland international Joe Murphy .

Earlier this year the 34-year-old former Coventry City man signed a new contract through to 2017, with Town having an extra year’s option.

Lloyd Allinson, 22 and yet to play a first-team game, although he has often been on the bench, is out of contract this summer, with Town having an extra year's option.

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Town must also make decisions on 19-year-olds Sam Guthrie and Tadhg Ryan.

Ed Wilczynski, 21, who is currently on loan at Bishop Auckland, has already been told he won’t be offered a new deal.