The article claims that if Burnley were to let the shot-stopper leave the club, they would want a fee of £50 million for him.
This post then gathered a lot of replies from Spurs fans who were not shy in sharing their thoughts on this latest news.
So, what did these Spurs fans have to say in response to this latest transfer news concerning Pope?
“He’s my ideal/realistic replacement for Lloris but he’s not worth more than £30m especially at his age”
“Come on now. He is not that good lol.”
“None of there players are worth £50 million let’s no lie”
“There are cheaper options that we could get. Why spend so much? I get we need THE #1, but 50 mil is huge!”
“What on earth”
“50million?! This must be the joke of the day.”
Looking at the replies to this post, it appears that these Spurs fans think a reported fee of £50 million would be a bit of a stretch for their club to pay for his services this summer.
Do you think Spurs should pay £50m for Pope this summer?
Given how Pope has managed to earn himself a solid season rating of 6.92/10 for his Premier League performances so far this season and won more man of the match awards than any other Burnley player, this shows just why Burnley have reportedly stamped such a hefty price tag on him.
In our view, with Spurs currently having Hugo Lloris, Joe Hart and Alfie Whiteman in their squad, perhaps bringing in another goalkeeper in summer would be unnecessary, unless they move on any of their current shot-stoppers.