Liverpool growing increasingly interested in Burnley goalkeeper.
Liverpool have reportedly enquired about the availability of Burnley goalkeeper Nick Pope after growing frustrated in their attempts to sign Roma goalkeeper Alisson.
The Brazilian has been heavily linked with a move to the Merseysiders this summer although recent reports have emerged Real Madrid are preferably the shot stopper’s preferred destination amid reports the Spanish giants have made a 50 million bid which was rejected by the Italian club.
Reds Manager Jurgen Klopp is reportedly exasperated over his problematic goalkeeping position having witnessed the calamitous errors of goalkeeper Loris Karius gift Madrid the champions league trophy last month.
And reports have claimed the German manager is now eying up Nick Pope as a viable and cheaper alternative to Allison. The 26 –year- old hugely impressed for Sean Dyche’ team and kept 12 clean sheets between the sticks as the Clarets finished in a respectable seventh position last campaign.
His performances for his team was deemed enough to earn a call up to the National team ahead of West Ham goalkeeper Joe Hart and Liverpool are keen but are understood they need to be given the green light over his attitude before making a bid for the player.