A report from Football London has suggested that Nick Pope could be an option that Tottenham Hotspur consider targeting this summer.
The goalkeeper situation may be one that Jose Mourinho feels compelled to try and address once the window opens.
Hugo Lloris’s form has been mixed since his return from injury. Meanwhile, Paolo Gazzaniga struggled to prove a point during his stint between the sticks while the Frenchman was out.
With Lloris now 33, some fans may be hoping that Mourinho does go into the market and strengthens his options before the new season starts.
And Football London has hinted that Pope, along with Dean Henderson, could be an option Spurs look at should they attempt to sign a new goalkeeper this summer.
Pope has made an outstanding return to Burnley’s side having only made three appearances last season.
In fact, Dele Alli’s penalty at Turf Moor was only the second goal Pope had conceded in his last six appearances for the Clarets.
The 26-year-old – who earns £35,000-a-week, according to Spotrac – will surely not come cheap if Spurs do decide to pursue a move.
But he is a player who looks set to be coming into his peak.
And having proven himself in the Premier League, he would arguably be a fantastic option for a club like Tottenham if they do decide to plan for life without Lloris this summer.