Manchester United were interested in signing Jan Oblak to reinforce their goal keeping department in the summer but ended up luring Andre Onana. - soocer442
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Manchester United were interested in signing Jan Oblak to reinforce their goal keeping department in the summer but ended up luring Andre Onana.

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Manchester United is determined to complete the agreement for a £305,000-per-week icon, whose personal terms were settled prior to the January transfer.In the summer, Manchester United desired to acquire Jan Oblak to bolster their goalkeeping unit, but ultimately decided to acquire Andre Onana instead.Since departing Inter Milan, the Cameroonian international has been abysmal for the Red Devils, and reports suggest that United are once again interested in Oblak.United, according to a Spanish source named Todo Fichajes, enticed the Slovenian to transfer to Old Trafford; however, Atletico Madrid was unconvinced by the offers, and he remained with the club.

 

As a result of Onana’s lackluster performances, Manchester United are determined to finalize the fantasy transfer of Oblak, who could ultimately depart the Rojiblancos.Julen Agirrezabala of Athletic Bilbao is the shot stopper under consideration to succeed the 30-year-old at the Wanda Metropolitano, according to the news source.

Current with the Colchernos, the former Benfica player’s contract will expire in the summer of 2028. He earns approximately £305,000 per week and is the highest-paid player.

 

Oblak is regarded as one of the preeminent goalkeepers globally. Throughout his 310 La Liga appearances to date, he has maintained a minimum of 152 clean sheets (49%).

 

Having devoted nearly a decade to Atletico Madrid, it might be time to seek out a fresh challenge.

 

Man United have obviously erred by substituting Andre Onana for David De Gea in the goalkeeping department; they require a world-class talent to rectify the situation.Since departing Inter Milan, the Cameroonian international has been abysmal for the Red Devils, and reports suggest that United are once again interested in Oblak.United, according to a Spanish source named Todo Fichajes, enticed the Slovenian to transfer to Old Trafford; however, Atletico Madrid was unconvinced by the offers, and he remained with the club.

 

As a result of Onana’s lackluster performances, Manchester United are determined to finalize the fantasy transfer of Oblak, who could ultimately depart the Rojiblancos.Julen Agirrezabala of Athletic Bilbao is the shot stopper under consideration to succeed the 30-year-old at the Wanda Metropolitano, according to the news source.

 

Current with the Colchernos, the former Benfica player’s contract will expire in the summer of 2028. He earns approximately £305,000 per week and is the highest-paid player.

 

Oblak is regarded as one of the preeminent goalkeepers globally. Throughout his 310 La Liga appearances to date, he has maintained a minimum of 152 clean sheets (49%).

 

Having devoted nearly a decade to Atletico Madrid, it might be time to seek out a fresh challenge.

 

Man United have obviously erred by substituting Andre Onana for David De Gea in the goalkeeping department; they require a world-class talent to rectify the situation.

 

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