As reported by The Sun, Butland is expected to leave the bet365 Stadium this summer, with his former club Birmingham set to pocket 20 percent of a touted fee that would equal the British record for a goalkeeper set by Everton when they bought Jordan Pickford last summer, such is the sell-on clause in his contract.
The likes of Liverpool and newly-promoted Wolves have reportedly shown interest the 25-year-old, although with Jurgen Klopp's side also linked with Chelsea's Thibaut Courtois and AS Roma's Alisson, Butland remains just one name amongst a whole host of targets.
With Butland currently part of Gareth Southgate's England squad that are preparing for the World Cup this summer, former goalkeeper and ex-teammate Shay Given believes it won't be difficult for him to find a club this summer.
Given stated: "I've been very impressed with him from the first day I went into Stoke, training with him every day. There’s definitely going to be clubs looking at him. It depends if he plays in the summer for England – there will be a few Premier League clubs looking at him for sure."
Arriving from the Blues for £5m in January 2013 before loan spells at Barnsley, Leeds and Derby, Butland established himself as Stoke's number one at the beginning of the 2015/16 season and has since gone on to rack up 20 clean sheets in 77 Premier League appearances.