Chelsea have reportedly been dealt a major blow in their search for a new goalkeeper as Atletico Madrid are demanding £110m for Jan Oblak.
The Blues are looking to replace Kepa Arrizabalaga, the world's most expensive keeper, ahead of next season following another disappointing campaign.
Oblak is widely considered to be one of the best number ones on the planet, and Frank Lampard is said to have prioritised a move for the Slovenia international.
According to the Daily Star, however, a move is now off the cards as Atleti are not budging on their huge valuation.
Chelsea could offer Kepa in part-exchange for Oblak, it is claimed, but Diego Simeone is not interested in doing business.