- Jan Oblak has warned Atletico Madrid that he could be on his way during the summer
- The Slovenian shot-stopper has revealed he would if the club does not match his ambitions
- Oblak signed a new deal that will keep him at the Wanda Metropolitano until 2023
Jan Oblak has warned Atletico Madrid that he will quit the Wanda Metropolitano if their ambition does not him.
The Slovenian goalkeeper Oblak signed a new contract in April, that will keep him at the club until 2023.
With departure Antoine Griezmann, Lucas Hernandez, Diego Godin and Juanfran, Oblak has admitted he will not stick around.
"I signed a new contract, but that does not change anything," Oblak told Ekipa . "I will stay at Atletico as long as their ambitions match mine.
"And some people might think their ambitions have lowered, as big players have left. I am sure the club will do everything possible to sign quality players. When I signed my new contract they gave me guarantees about the club's ambition.
"They said the aspirations were not going to change."
The news will arouse the interest of Manchester United's transfer gurus, with the Red Devils looking for a shoot-stopper to fill in David de Gea's shoes if he leaves Old Trafford.
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De Gea is about entering the last year of his contract and has made no intentions to sign a new deal.
And United are considering to trigger the £106million buy out clause in Oblak's contract, with Liverpool also interested in making a move.
Oblak has been at Atleti for five seasons, when he joined from Benfica, and has made a name for himself as one of the best shot stoppers in Europe.
The Slovenian kept 20 clean sheets in 37 La Liga matches, conceding 27 goals last season.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Antonio Conte has made his intentions known about signing Real Madrid star Gareth Bale this summer.
According to Italian news media outfit El Chiringuito, the new Inter Milan boss has discussed the club's chief Guiseppe Marotta and director of football Piero Ausilio about the possibility of signing the Madrid star.
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