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Manchester United 'made aware Jan Oblak wants Premier League move'

Man United 'made aware Oblak wants Premier League move'
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Manchester United are made aware that Atletico Madrid goalkeeper Jan Oblak wants to join a Premier League club this summer, according to a report.

Manchester United have reportedly been made aware that Atletico Madrid goalkeeper Jan Oblak is keen to move to the Premier League during this summer's transfer window.

The 28-year-old has again been in impressive form for Atletico during the 2020-21 campaign, keeping 17 clean sheets in 34 La Liga appearances for the division leaders.

Oblak has long been linked with Man United, and the Slovenia international recently revealed that he would be open to moving to England at some stage in the future.

Dean Henderson has replaced David de Gea as the number one goalkeeper at Old Trafford, but there remain question marks surrounding his suitability for the role.

According to ESPN, Oblak wants to join a Premier League club in the upcoming market, and the Red Devils have been contacted by his representatives over a potential move.

The Slovenian has a €120m (£104m) release clause in his current deal but could allegedly be available for less due to the current financial climate.

Chelsea have also previously been credited with an interest in his services.

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