Report: Wolves interested in Charlton Athletic’s Nick Pope

Leeds United, Nottingham Forest and Crystal Palace are also among the clubs reportedly interested in the Charlton Athletic goalkeeper.

Wolverhampton Wanderers are interested in signing Nick Pope from Charlton Athletic in the summer transfer window, according to South London Today.

It has been reported that Championship outfit Wolves are monitoring the current situation of the 24-year-old goalkeeper.

Pope has been on the books of Charlton since 2011 and has a contract until June 2018.

However, the Addicks’ relegation from the Championship to League One means that the London club could be forced to sell the highly-rated goalkeeper.

Wolves are not the only club interested in signing Pope in the summer transfer window, though.

According to a recent report on, Leeds United, Crystal Palace, Celtic, Burnley, Nottingham Forest and Hull City are all interested in the 24-year-old.

Pope kept six clean sheets in 24 Championship appearances for Charlton this past season, making 3.04 saves per game and 2.28 saves per goal on average in the process.

The 24-year-old is a very good goalkeeper, but one suspects that for any club to sign him, they would have to assure him of regular first-team chances.

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