The situation that lives Antoine Griezmann at FC Barcelona could end a few weeks ago and it has been revealed that the Atlético de Madrid I wanted him back, because they would know that nothing good happens in the ‘Culé’ painting and because of the affection they have for him they were offered a exchange, same as it was rejected.
Antoine Griezmann has been harshly criticized since he came to the FC Barcelona and is that his numbers and goals are not comparable with what he did in the Atlético de Madrid, so return to the ‘Mattress holders’ It didn’t seem like such a bad idea.
What was the exchange that Atlético would have proposed to Barcelona for Griezmann?
According to information from ‘Cadena SER’, the Atlético de Madrid would have approached the FC Barcelona Y offered 3 players in exchange for Griezmann, player for whom the ‘Culés’ paid 120 million euros.
The deal was ‘simple’; the Atlético de Madrid would give Mario Hermoso, Álvaro Morata and Thomas Lemar to FC Barcelona in exchange for Antoine Griezmann, without any additional economic amount in the transaction. Everything could have taken place if it had not been for a ‘villain’ in history: Josep María Bartomeu.
The exchange could not be given because Bartomeu put like ‘untransferable’ to Antoine Griezmann, a fact that deprived him not only of going to Atlético de Madridbut kept him away from clubs like him PSG or Manchester United, who were said to love the French too.
Griezmann stayed in the Barcelona and so far it has had a somewhat ‘gray’ performance so far this season, since it adds 10 duels played, 2 goals and 1 assist, being somewhat ‘low’ numbers taking into account what is still expected of him.
Yes Griezmann I would have returned to Atlético de Madrid A few weeks ago, he would have had to deal with a new ‘problem’ and that is that it would not be merely on the court. Recover the love of the fans It would be a great challenge but for all that he gave the club in the 5 seasons that he defended his colors, perhaps the ‘forgiveness’ could have come soon.