Report: Liverpool prioritise Allison over Wolverhampton Wanderers target Jack Butland

Jack Butland makes a save during an England training session on the eve of their international friendly against the Netherlands at St Georges Park on March 22, 2018 in Burton-upon-Trent,...

Wolverhampton Wanderers are said to be considering making a move for Jack Butland this summer.

Jack Butland makes a save during an England training session on the eve of their international friendly against the Netherlands at St Georges Park on March 22, 2018 in Burton-upon-Trent,...

Wolverhampton Wanderers could have a free run to sign Jack Butland, with their main rivals, Liverpool, looking at other targets, according to the Daily Mail.

Liverpool were thought to be considering making a move for Butland, but it seems that Roma stopper Allison has been made their first choice, despite his £60 million price-tag.

That could leave Wolves free to sign Butland from Stoke City, if they make a move swiftly.

Stoke City's English goalkeeper Jack Butland (R) watches the ball, struck by Tottenham Hotspur's Danish midfielder Christian Eriksen (unseen), roll into his net to score Tottenham's second...

The Daily Express have claimed that Wolves have made Butland one of their top targets this summer, as they look to sign a new number one.

Butland was relegated with Stoke, but was arguably the Potters’ best performer over the past campaign.

Jack Butland of England applauds the crowd after the FIFA 2018 World Cup Group F Qualifier between Lithuania and England at LFF Stadium on October 8, 2017 in Vilnius, Lithuania.

The England international is heading to the World Cup with the Three Lions, where he is competing with Jordan Pickford for the number one shirt.

If Wolves did sign Butland he would be their record signing, and would surely dislodge John Ruddy from Nuno’s starting line-up upon his arrival.

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