Manchester United ready to battle Chelsea to sign Atletico Madrid star
Jan Oblak is getting ready for his future somewhere else, with Manchester United joining Chelsea in the race to sign the goalkeeper this summer.
Since signing for Atlético Madrid from Benfica in 2014, Jan Oblak’s notoriety has showed signs of improvement and better, and he is presently viewed as truly outstanding in his position in the world.
Jan Oblak’s amazing form at the Wanda Metropolitano this season has formed a distinct difference with Chelsea’s battle between the sticks, with Kepa Arrizabalaga having gone under overwhelming fire at Stamford Bridge after a series of blunders.
Chelsea will presently face a stiff competition for the wantaway goalkeeper’s signature, anyway with report announcing that Manchester United have observed the Slovenian’s accessibility.
Manchester United have experienced to manages to deal goalkeeper difficulties of their own this season, with David de Gea attempting to repeat his best form, and drawing specific analysis for a blunder flung appearing against Chelsea in a FA Cup semi-final defeat to the Blues.
In spite of the fact that Manchester United have the choice of starting Dean Henderson, who will have returned from an effective loan at Sheffield United where he has built up himself as a potential England goalkeeper, Jan Oblak’s agitated status has drawn their consideration.
While Jan Oblak’s services will include some major price, with Atletico Madrid requesting nothing less than the total of his release clause which is around £109m, he is open to the possibility of a move.
The 27-year-old is not happy with a six-year infertile spell in La Liga which has seen Los Colchoneros deserted by rivals Real Madrid and Barcelona, while there is a report that Jan Oblak has become baffled with the absence of leadership shown by Andrea Berta, the same sporting director who at first got him to Atletico Madrid.