Rovers goalkeeper Thomas Kaminski is closing in on a move to Premier League newcomers Luton Town.

The Hatters have been linked with the Belgian throughout the summer as they prepare for life in the top flight after beating Coventry on penalties in last season’s play-off final at Wembley.

Earlier this summer, The Lancashire Telegraph reported that Luton’s bids for Kaminski were someway short of his valuation.

But there has now been a breakthrough in negotiations, according to reports this afternoon.

Rovers are said to have accepted a fee in the region of £2.5million plus add-ons for the 30-year-old, who has two years left on his current deal.

Kaminski has proven to be a consistent performer across his 118 appearances since joining from KAA Gent in the summer of 2020 for a fee around £450,000.

That has ensured the Belgian has been around the national squad ever since his move to Ewood Park.

However, he found himself out of the side during the final stages of last season as Jon Dahl Tomasson stuck with Aynsley Pears following the March international break.

Pears initially came into the side while Kaminski was sidelined by a knee injury, which kept him out of action for a couple of months.

The 25-year-old was then rewarded for his displays with a new four-year contract, which raised questions about Kaminski’s long-term future.

Rovers are also looking at Odds BK goalkeeper Leopold Wahlstedt, according to reports in Scandinavia.

The 24-year-old has impressed during the ongoing season in Norway, keeping eight clean sheets in 17 matches.

Wahlstedt has also attracted interest from Brondby IF but a move to the Danish outfit is said to have fallen through at a late stage.

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