The latest European star to reportedly be keen on moving to the Premier League is Atletico Madrid goalkeeper Jan Oblak.
Oblak, 28, joined Atletico Madrid in 2014 following a shrewd £14.4m move from Benfica.
Since arriving in Spain seven years ago, the Slovenia international has grown to become one of the world’s best goalkeepers.
Despite sitting just shy of a landmark 300th appearance for Diego Simeone’s side, Oblak already has a whopping 158 clean sheets to his name.
However, shockingly, despite being a mainstay in his side’s first-team as they push for their 11th La Liga title, reports have emerged suggesting the shot-stopper is eyeing a new challenge.
According to ESPN’s Rob Dawson, the 28-year-old’s representatives are hopeful they can ‘drum up interest’ among England’s ‘Big 6’.
No specific club has been credited with having a concrete interest in Oblak at this stage, however, should the opportunity arise to secure one of world football’s most highly-rated players, it will be a tough ask for any club to pass the chance up.