Countdown to major changes
Countdown to major changes
Nick Pope is expected to complete his switch to Burnley on Monday.
Nick Pope

Pope joined the Addicks from Eastern Counties side, Bury Town, in the summer of 2011. He has made 33 league appearances for the Addicks and ended the 2015/16 season as first choice keeper at The Valley.
Pope’s form has come on in leaps and bounds since goalkeeping coach, Lee Turner, arrived at the club.
He used to seem nervy and lacking in confidence, particularly in the early part of games, but these issues have largely been resolved.
The Soham born 24-year-old has always been keen to get regular game time, but will have a fight on his hands to displace Tom Heaton at Turf Moor.
Sean Dyche will use Pope in cup games, but he may have to be patient for  a run in the Clarets’ Premier League side.
Warranted there are no hitches with his medical, the deal should go through on Monday for a fee of around £1,000,000.
Dyche’s second signing of the summer is also likely to be  a Charlton player. Johann Berg Gudmundsson is back in the country following a holiday in Miami, and he should also sign a contract at Burnley in the early part of the week.
Pope’s soaring fortunes have contrasted with the dip in Stephen Henderson’s. Henderson has had more than his fair share of injuries since arriving at The Valley, and he had a torrid time in the latter days of Karel Fraeye’s tenure at the helm.
Henderson is now 28-years-old and has made 53 league appearances in his two year stint at The Valley.
Whereas Pope flourished last season, the chemistry between Turner and Henderson never seemed to work, and his hopes of making the Irish squad for the Euros were dashed.
Nottingham Forest are ‎interested in taking the Dubliner to the City Ground. Henderson is one of the higher earners at The Valley, and the club are unlikely to stand in his way if Forest make an acceptable offer.
Marko Dmitrovic has already departed to AD Alcorcon, and there could even be another keeper leaving the club.
Dillon Phillips has flown out to Austria to link up with the first team, but is the subject of interest from Cheltenham.
Phillips enjoyed a successful loan spell at Whaddon Road, before an injury curtailed his season.
The Robins have returned to the League at the first time of asking, and would like to secure Phillips’ services on a permanent basis.
With Phillips in Spain, 18-year-old Jordan Beeney will probably be between the sticks for Jason Euell’s Under-21 team at Dulwich Hamlet on Tuesday.
So  major changes to the goalkeeping situation for Russell Slade to deal with. He will be in the market for at least one senior custodian, and will probably be looking to bring someone in ahead of Saturday’s game at Leyton Orient.

 
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