Carlisle United have been linked with a move for former Ipswich Town goalkeeper Tomas Holy.

The 30-year-old, who has represented the Czech Republic at youth level, was released by Ipswich Town at the end of the 2021/22 season.

And Sun journalist Alan Nixon, posting on his Patreon page, says that the Cumbrians are keen on the stopper.

Holy, who stands at a towering 6ft9, has plenty of experience in League One courtesy of his time with the Tractor Boys and a prior stint at Gillingham - where he racked up over 100 appearances during a three-year stay.

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Last season saw the former Sparta Prague B player spend time on loan in League Two with Port Vale, where he made nine appearances.

Signing a goalkeeper will be a priority for Carlisle boss Paul Simpson, who released Mark Howard at the end of last season.

Magnus Norman was offered a new deal, but opted to move on.

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