Newcastle sign England goalkeeper Nick Pope from Burnley

MOSCOW, June 24 – English football club Newcastle on its official website announced the signing of a contract with England goalkeeper Nick Pope, who previously played for Burnley.
Pope signed a four-year contract for an undisclosed amount. According to Sky Sports, the transfer cost the Magpies £10m.
“Nick is an exceptional goalkeeper. There has been a lot of interest in him from other clubs this summer, so I would like to thank our owners for helping us get ahead of the competition. I’m delighted to have him join us as we prepare for exciting challenges.” – said Newcastle manager Eddie Howe.
In the 2021/22 season, Pope made 39 appearances for Burnley in all competitions, nine of which he kept clean. Burnley were relegated from the English Premier League at the end of the season. The goalkeeper also has eight caps for England, in which he conceded one goal.
Pope was Newcastle’s second signing in the summer transfer window, following defender Matt Targett, who joined on a permanent basis after a successful loan spell last season.

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