And while he would represent a cheap option at £18million, his quality means he could end up being a steal.
The England international has seen his stocks rise since replacing an injured Tom Heaton in between the sticks at Turf Moor last September.
Pope's brilliant form earned him a call-up to the Three Lions side and a subsequent inclusion in manager Gareth Southgate's 23-man World Cup squad.
With both Loris Karius and Simon Mignolet failing to convince manager Jurgen Klopp last term, a shot-stopper capable of saving points and winning games for Liverpool is very pertinent going forward, and going by his heroics in goal last term, Pope represents an upgrade on the duo.
Karius cost the Reds the Champions League after two blunders in the 3-1 loss to Real Madrid in last month's final, and his mentality has been questioned as a result.
Should Liverpool decide Pope has the mentality and personality needed in a goalkeeper, a summer swoop for the Burnley stopper could see Karius replaced.
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