Oblak to replace De Gea?

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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.

He would be in line to replace De Gea if the Spaniard's move to Real, which has been mooted for several years, was to be completed this summer.

De Gea is valued at £60m by the Premier League club - a world-record figure for a goalkeeper.

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Louis van Gaal initially signed the experienced shot-stopper as De Gea looked close to moving to Madrid in 2015 before the deal fell through late on, but now he may finally be ready to step in as the Spanish giants come back in for their long-term target.

United will demand £60m for De Gea and manager Jose Mourinho has identified Oblak as a potential replacement for the Spain global.

The newspaper says that United officials have already sounded out Oblak about a potential switch to Old Trafford and the Slovenian global is keen to join if a deal can be agreed.

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Mourinho is already making sure he has a few options on the table should he lose his No. 1, and Oblak is said to be his first choice right now.

Prising him away from Aletico won't be cheap or easy, but if there's one player who can ensure De Gea isn't missed at Old Trafford, it's Oblak.

United have also watched AC Milan's 18-year-old keeper Gianluigi Donnarumma, but Oblak's Champions League experience has placed him at the top of Mourinho's list.

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