Tottenham Hotspur will have to cough up £50m in order to land the signature of Burnley goalkeeper Nick Pope.
The England international has been a key figure for the Clarets this term and has helped them stay outside of the drop zone with standout displays.
His performances have caught the eye of Spurs, who are looking into a long-term replacement for club-captain Hugo Lloris.
According to LancLive, the Clarets are not in a hurry to part ways with Pope and will demand around £50m to sanction his sale this summer.
Pope’s current deal expires in the summer of 2023 but the club have the option to extend his stay for another 12 months.
Hence, Sean Dyche‘s side are in a strong position to keep hold of him and they are likely to hold out for the price tag.
Aside from Pope, centre-back James Tarkowski is another player on the radar of many English clubs ahead of the summer.
Unlike Pope, his contract expires in under 17 months and the Clarets may be forced to sanction his sale in the next transfer window.