Liverpool step up interest in Nick Pope

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Liverpool have stepped-up their interest in Nick Pope as Jurgen Klopp eyes a summer swoop for the £18m-rated Burnley goalkeeper, according to the Mirror.

Loris Karius' Champions League final nightmare means that Jürgen Klopp could bring in a new no.1 and demote the German or sign a back-up and keep faith with the former Mainz goalie.

The England worldwide, who is now in Russian Federation as part of Gareth Southgate's World Cup squad, had a breakout season for the Clarets last season after stepping in for the injured Tom Heaton.

The 26-year-old is now at the World Cup with England after a stunning breakthrough season with Burnley, in which he won player-of-the-year honours after making his Premier League debut in September.

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Liverpool are looking to bring a new goalkeeper to Anfield this summer, and with sealing a move for AS Roma's Alisson proving more hard by the minute, the Reds are looking elsewhere.

But Liverpool are also keen to find out more about Pope's personality and mentality ahead of a potential move that would represent another step up in his fairytale rise.

The Mirror suggests that Burnley will want £18m to sell their star man and that sort of money would make Pope a lot cheaper than the likes of Alisson so he may be a tempting proposition for Liverpool.

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