Every day POST had revealed that Chelsea administrator, Frank Lampard, has made Jan Oblak, his No.1 focus on this mid year.
Lampard isn't satisfied with current Blues best option, Kepa Arrizabalaga, who has battled this term and is presently searching for substitutions.
Responding to the turn of events, Simeone said he was not astounded, including that the best clubs on the planet consistently seek his players consistently.
Gotten some information about the hypothesis on Wednesday at his pre-coordinate question and answer session in front of Atletico Madrid's conflict with Getafe, Simeone said as cited by Metro UK: "It doesn't shock me, consistently our most significant players are needed by the best on the planet.
"It's entirely expected to consistently search generally advantageous – and we have many. Some have left, and others have remained.
"It's coherent and typical that anybody needs Oblak.
"He is our skipper and a significant player. I trust we can depend on his work, which is huge for Atleti."
Oblak, 27, has a £120m purchase out condition in his agreement which will terminate in 2023.
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