Atletico Madrid goalkeeper Jan Oblak is still wanted by Manchester United, and is understood to be ready to move to England if a deal evolves.

United's interest in the Slovenian, who has been in the Spanish capital for seven seasons, has existed for years, and remains despite the club having two high profile players in David de Gea and Dean Henderson competing for the number one spot.

Henderson is set to assume the role of first choice goalkeeper for the remainder of the season, with his recent appearance against Brighton, and De Gea's selection in the Europa League win over Granada on Thursday night, signifying a shift in the pecking order.

But 90min understands that there are doubts within the corridors of power at the club over Henderson's capability of retaining the number one spot, as well as concerns around De Gea's contract compared to his squad status.

De Gea's £375,000-a-week earnings make him the best paid goalkeeper in the world, and neither United nor the Spaniard are keen on him going into next season as an understudy or cup goalkeeper.

United are open to offers in the summer for the 30-year-old, though potential destinations appear limited with most of Europe's top clubs already set in the goalkeeping department. As we revealed last month, they have been considering options to move him on.