Manchester United seem more than prepared to let goalkeeper David de Gea leave, as they have a plan in place if that scenario occurs.
The Red Devils are now targeting Atletico Madrid goalkeeper Jan Oblak, according to the Daily Star.
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However, it will not be easy for Man United to convince Atletico Madrid to sell their goalie, as he has a £32m buy-out clause attached to him.
The La Liga club are refusing to consider any offers below Oblak’s buy-out clause value.
The Slovenian international has no prior experience in the Premier League and only made his La Liga debut last season.
However, Oblak being only 22 years old makes him an ideal buy for Man United as they would be able to stay young if they lose de Gea, who is 24 years old.
Victor Valdes does not seem to be an option going forward, as he is 33 years old and only made two appearances at Old Trafford last season.