Griezmann is coming back to Atletico

Griezmann is coming back to Atletico

Atletico Madrid will bring back Griezmann and give Barcelona Saul. Both clubs are confident in completing the deal.

Barcelona's financial problems are taking their toll on their transfer policy. They have already sold Alena, Todibo, Firpo and loaned Trincao. At the same time, they took free agents, putting Aguero, Garcia and Depay on small salaries, and only bought the right-back Emerson for 9 million euros.

But that was not enough for Messi's new contract. Therefore, Barca are thinking of selling Coutinho, Pjanic and a number of other players, including even Griezmann. We need to get rid of the Frenchman now, because from next season his salary will jump from 18 to 21 million euros per year. And the Catalans have found a solution.

Realizing that Griezmann will sit under the new forwards, they want to return him to Atlético. But not only to return, but also to cash in on this thanks to the exchange of the forward for Saul. The midfielder has been playing at the top level for many years and has attracted attention of leading clubs in Europe. Even Bayern were interested in him this summer. The midfielder himself would like to try his hand at Barcelona, when Griezmann sees no reason to move to the Premier League or Ligue 1, where PSG are waiting for him.

As for us, it would be much more profitable for Barcelona to simply sell Antoine. Although in a crisis they will not recoup the money invested, but he can bring Bartomeu conditional 60 million. At least that's what Transfermarkt says when assessing the cost of the attacker. Saul is clearly more expensive and we don't really see the point in him moving to Barcelona. There is a gorgeous Pedri with de Jong. Perhaps as a replacement for Busquets.

We would like to see really large-scale transfers. If Saul leaves Atlético, it would be cool to watch him in Bayern or another new championship. The same goes for Griezmann. He played his entire career in Spain, but how interesting it would be to look at the Little Prince in Manchester City. Is it not?