Antoine Griezmann gives update on his future

Candice Alexander
June 4, 2017

There were also doubts today about Atletico's willingness to sell Griezmann after it was confirmed the club has been hit with a transfer ban which means they can not sign players until the January 2018 window.

Antoine Griezmann looks like he's staying at Atletico Madrid for a long while, if his latest social media activity is anything to go by.

Manchester United's lack of goals means they could still end up signing Antoine Griezmann this summer, according to club legend Ryan Giggs.

But reports on Thursday in the United Kingdom media claimed the Premier League giants had cooled their interest in the 26-year-old, who is understood to have a €100million release clause in his Atleti contract.

As Atletico Madrid can not sign any players this summer and in the January transfer window next year, the Champions League semi-finalist will certainly not want to lose their star players now as they will not be able to sign a replacement till next summer.

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Europa League winners United were reported to be plotting an approach for 26-year-old Griezmann.

They claim that following Zlatan Ibrahimovic's injury, Jose Mourinho has re-prioritised signing an out and out striker, rather than signing Griezmann who is more of a number 10 operating behind the striker.

But with Atletico's transfer ban upheld today and them unable to replace their stars, United may well have to switch their attentions elsewhere with regards to striking targets.

Instead, say the paper, Mourinho is weighing up a move for Everton's striking sensation Romelu Lukaku, rated at an incredible £100m. 'I think it'll be ebb and flow during the summer, there'll be lots of rumours.

'They need to bring players in who'll score goals, and one goalscorer who's going to get 20-plus'.

Other reports by VgToday

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