Date: 4th August 2011 at 10:22pm
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Reports in Holland suggest that Swansea City have had bids rejected for Dutch goalkeepers Jasper Cillessen and Michel Vorm respectively.

Manager Brendan Rodgers continues his search for a goalkeeper and he has revealed that he is looking to bring in two shot stoppers before the season starts on Monday 15th August at Manchester City.

German Trialist Gerhard Tremmel is a possibility as Rodgers has been impressed with the 32 year-old so far, whilst Lee Camp is still looking an unlikely option after another improved bid has been rejected by Nottingham Forest.

22 year-old Cillessen is regarded as one of the most promising goalkeepers in Holland. He currently plays in the Dutch top flight for NEC, but has been linked with a move to Ajax.

26 year-old Vorm currently plays for Utrecht and has played 5 times for the Dutch international team. He may be looking for a move as he only has 1 year left on his contract and Utrecht have signed Roberto Fernandez who could take over as the new number 1.