Manchester United have made a way to deal with sign Atletico Madrid goalkeeper Jan Oblak, as indicated by a report in the Manchester Evening News.
The daily paper guarantee that despite the fact that the Champions League semi-finalists’ exchange boycott was maintained a week ago, it would have no effect on the Slovenian’s proposed move to Old Trafford.
The MEN revealed back in March that Oblak’s agents met with United authorities to examine Oblak’s part in the squad if David de Gea were to make an exit from Manchester this late spring.
It is said that United won’t confront a similar blow with the 24-year-old as they did with his partner Antoine Griezmann, who as of late affirmed his responsibility regarding the La Liga side in spite of Mourinho’s advantage.
Joined together, Chelsea and Real Madrid have all reached Atletico over a move for Oblak, who has a £85million least discharge proviso.
Oblak is a sought after manager attributable to his exceptional record at Atletico since joining the club in 2014, which has finished in back to back La Liga’s best goalkeeper grants.
He played 41 amusements for his club last season, and amid that time he surrendered only 28 objectives, while keeping 21 clean sheets for the Spanish side.
The La Liga player still has four years left on his agreement, however there is a solid plausibility he could join the United squad this mid year.