The Slovenian universal is considered by numerous individuals as one of the absolute best goalkeepers in world football, and the Blues are believed to be peering toward a dive to fortify their backline.
Atletico would prefer not to sell the Slovenian No.1, however, they might be compelled to on account of the monetary effect the coronavirus pandemic has brought.
Atletico Madrid supervisor Diego Simeone has tended to the reports connecting Oblak with a late spring change to Stamford Bridge. He told the media Oblak is a significant player to the group and furthermore a captain he isn't shock by Chelsea intrigue.
Jan Oblak won't come modest and Chelsea should help money moves by taking advantage of a portion of the players as of now in west London.
While two or three Lampard's present first-group crew, for example, Michy Batshuayi and Emerson Palmieri could be moving over the coming months, some other players are likely to be shown the exit door. Chelsea executive Marina Granovskaia could be occupied in the following months.
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