Man United are reportedly interested in signing Atletico Madrid defender Jan Oblak this summer as the club get ready to let long term number one David de Gea leave the club at the end of the season. The Old Trafford club is currently in a number one choice goalkeeper tussle between 30 year old Spaniard David de Gea as we as English stopper Dean Henderson.
It is reported that the club will let De Gea leave to take his £350, 000 a week salary of the wage bill but question marks still hang over Henderson's abilities on the grandest stage of them all. Consequently, the club board have identified Atletic shot stopper Jan Oblak as their ideal replacement for the outgoing legend David De Gea. Oblak has been a revelation for Atleti in goal this season as the club chase a first league title in years.
According to various reports, the two clubs have even explored the possibility of a swap deal involving the two goalkeepers this summer. It us unclear what the club wishes to do with current number one Dean Henderson who was rumoured amongst many quarters to be set to continue as United's number one shot stopper for next season.
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