Atletico Madrid keeper Jan Oblak has claimed that he is unsure about his future at the club.

Oblak has been the subject of interest from a series of top European clubs but Diego Simeone is eager to hold onto his No 1. But now the Slovenian International has claimed that he might not fulfil his current contract up until 2021.

Oblak said(as reported by the Daily Mail): “No news. I have the contract that I signed two years ago,

“What will happen well nobody knows, not even me. I prefer to finish the season well and hopefully with a title. Then we’ll see but I have a contract. I do not think of anything other than Atletico.

“Atletico can grow. They have grown a lot and surely will not stop now, although it is not easy.

“I am sure that Atletico will grow and we will see what will happen to me, for the moment I am here.

“I have a contract until 2021. If I continue, we will grow together and if not, the club will grow as well.”

Clubs like Arsenal, Liverpool and even PSG are said to be interested in Jan Oblak but the shot-stopper will not come cheap given the €100 million buyout clause on him.

Arsenal are eager to bring in a replacement to Petr Cech given the huge number of errors that the former Chelsea man has caused this season and the Gunners have been chasing Jan Oblak for a long time now.

Now it only remains to be seen if the new Arsenal manager will also show the same amount of interest in the Slovenian International.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has also spoken about his need to sign a new goalkeeper for the upcoming season and Oblak seems to be a perfect fit.

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