Paris Saint-Germain sporting director Antero Henrique has played down reports the club will move for Atletico Madrid goalkeeper Jan Oblak.
The Slovenian shot-stopper reportedly has a €100m release clause at Los Rojiblancos and has been strongly linked with a future move to Paris.
“It’s going well [with Alphonse Areola and Kevin Trapp], we’re happy. Areola will probably be the future of the French national team,” Henrique is quoted as saying by Le Parisien.
“Oblak? No, it’s not true. Moreover, no goalkeeper can can say that he has been contacted by PSG. We don’t need a goalkeeper, Alphonse Areola and Kevin Trapp are there.
“Our third goalkeeper, Rémy Descamps, will be loaned out in January and he will be replaced by Sébastien Cibois.”
Henrique went on to criticise Real Madrid president Florentino Perez for his comments on Neymar whilst commented on the two club’s pairing together in the Champions League.
“Talking about a player from another club on the day Ronaldo wins his fifth Ballon d'Or, its not very nice for his player…” he continued.
“The draw is a bad thing, for us just as it is for Real. But we’ll be the centre of the football world for that time, and that’s important. The best [team] will qualify.
“Well, normally… unless refereeing makes the difference as was the case last season in Real Madrid-Bayern Munich. There were also anomalies in PSG’s return leg with Barcelona.”