Antoine Griezmann Vows Atletico Madrid Will Be His Last European Club

Antoine Griezmann Vows Atletico Madrid Will Be His Last European Club

Griezmann’s European Journey and Return to Atletico Madrid

Antoine Griezmann’s football career commenced in Spain, transitioning from Real Sociedad’s youth system to their senior team in April 2010.

His move to Atletico Madrid in 2014 marked a significant step, where the 32-year-old French forward began his tenure in the Spanish capital.

Transient Stint at FC Barcelona and Return to Atletico

After a high-profile transfer to FC Barcelona in 2019 for €120 million, Griezmann struggled to establish himself within the team.

Consequently, he returned to Atletico Madrid initially on loan in 2021, securing a permanent move in 2023 for €20 million.

Commitment to Atletico Madrid: Griezmann’s Future Plans

Despite speculations about a potential departure, particularly in 2024 with interest from clubs like Manchester United, Griezmann has emphatically declared his desire for Atletico to be his ultimate European destination.

Griezmann’s Statement and Ambition

In an interview with TNT Sports Brazil, Griezmann underlined his intent, expressing his wish for Atletico Madrid to be his final European club.

He articulated his commitment, stating, “I want Atleti to be my last club in Europe, and then enjoy elsewhere,” while highlighting his alignment with the team’s requirements and acknowledging the talented players within the squad.

Performance Highlights: Current Season

Detailing his recent performance, Griezmann showcased his prowess, scoring five goals in six Champions League appearances and notching nine goals alongside two assists in 15 La Liga games this season. His contributions underscore his value to Atletico Madrid’s attacking force.

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