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Real Madrid join race for Atletico Madrid goalkeeper Oblak

Real Madrid join race for Atletico Madrid goalkeeper Oblak

That's because the Daily Star state that Mourinho has made Jan Oblak his number one target if De Gea does leave and is lining-up a £40m swoop for the Atletico Madrid goalkeeper.

He will not play either Of United's two remaining games against Crystal Palace next Sunday or against Ajax in the final of the Europa League next Wednesday in Stockholm.

Manchester United's interest in Atletico Madrid goalkeeper Jan Oblak has reportedly intensified amid fears that David De Gea could pursue a move to Real Madrid this summer.

However, according to the Sun, back-up goalie Sergio Romero could be in line to become the club's first-choice if De Gea is sold.

This time around though it looks as if De Gea's wishes will come true as he remains a top priority for Real and ambitious president Florentino Perez.

Now with De Gea edging towards a move to Real Madrid the boss has confidence that Romero can fill his gloves.

Smalling has started only 12 Premier League games because of foot and knee injuries this season, but Mourinho has questioned the 27-year-old's dedication to the club, suggesting that he should play through the pain barrier.

The Argentina global could earn a new contract in the coming weeks despite acting as a reserve to De Gea for much if his stay in Manchester.

The 30-year-old, who saved a penalty in United's draw with Southampton on Wednesday, said: "For me, it's very important to be playing".

Oblak is strong and confident in the air, so he should be well-suited to the rigours of Premier League football, and his reflexes and shot-stopping are truly remarkable even for a 'keeper of his already considerable standing.


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