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Burnley set price for Fulham, West Ham target Pope

Burnley are demanding huge money to sell goalkeeper Nick Pope this summer.

The Sun says Burnley have attached a staggering £40million price tag to Pope ahead of the summer transfer window.

The England shot-stopper will be highly sought-after during the summer transfer market and Burnley are eager to make the most out of the situation.

Pope, 30, already has Fulham and West Ham United vying for his signature.

Fulham have been long-term admirers of Pope and will be looking to make a transfer swoop this summer.

Craven Cottage boss Marco Silva is eager to tie Pope down early in the transfer window and is reportedly keen to hand the 30-year-old a three-year deal.

The move could be intriguing to Pope as Fulham are not afraid to splash the cash on their player's salaries, while Burnley will be forced to cut his pay cheque if they are relegated.

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