Atletico Madrid have reached an agreement for Real Betis goalkeeper Antonio Adan, according to reports in the Spanish press.
Adan, 31, has been the first-choice at the Seville-based club since joining from Cagliari in 2014 but looks set to exit this summer.
“He has decided to look for another team and has gone to the team where he was wanted,” Betis vice president Serra Ferrer told a press conference on Wednesday, as cited by Sevilla Info.
The Spaniard is out of contract at Los Verdiblancos next summer and a proposed €3m move to Sporting CP broke down at the eleventh hour.
Getafe reportedly lodged an offer of €1.5m but Betis have rejected this offer, with multiple outlets suggesting Atleti would make a move to provide competition for Jan Oblak, following Miguel Angel Moya’s move to Real Sociedad in January.
Betis are said to have agreed a deal for out-of-contract Espanyol goalkeeper Pau Lopez, who would become first-choice with Quique Setien’s side, who will compete in the Europa League next season while West Ham's Adrian has also been linked.