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Jan Oblak: 4 Possible Destinations if he Leaves Atletico Madrid 

Harsh Biyani
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Olympique de Marseille v Club Atletico de Madrid - UEFA Europa League Final
Jan Oblak's future hangs in the air

With everyone looking forward to the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia, one cannot forget that the summer transfer window is now officially open - at least for the Premier League clubs.

Jan Oblak helped his side win the Europa League earlier this week against Marseille in Lyon and with speculation surrounding his future, his comments after the match just sparked it further.

The keeper said, "People have opinions and say things. I have a contract here and I don't know what's going to happen in the future. It doesn't depend on me. 

"At the moment, I'm happy here and I'm not thinking about anything other than Sunday and that we need a point to finish second."

With his future still up in the air, we take a look at the possible destinations for the Slovenian international who has a contract with the Spanish club until 2021. Bear in mind he has a release clause of €100m.

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Liverpool v Brighton and Hove Albion - Premier League - Anfield
Is Karius Liverpool's future long-term no 1?

Simon Mignolet has lost his place in Liverpool's starting lineup and he would be looking to leave the Anfield this summer in search of game time. While Loris Karius might have done a decent job, he still needs to prove that he is Liverpool's future number one keeper.

The Champions League Final on 26th May should make things more clear. But as things stand, the Reds need a quality keeper that can help them in their pursuit of the Premeir League title next season.

And the 24-year-old has time and again proven that he is the 'keeper you can rely upon. If Oblak does move to Liverpool, would Karius go back to being the no.2 choice?

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