Atlético Madrid need to sign new players this summer to be competitive again, but Berta put the brakes on a drastic squad overhaul.
Josema Giménez’s first-half header was cancelled out late on.
Cholo admitted improvement is required for the 2022/23 campaign.
Real Madrid pipped Atlético to third place on the final day of Liga Iberdrola action.
Giménez’s goal was not enough in the season’s home finale.
Will there be anything to play for on the season’s final day? Atleti will be hoping the answer is "no."
Atlético, failing to learn from history, appear doomed to repeat Diego Costa saga with Antoine Griezmann
Atlético must return the Frenchman to Barcelona this summer or risk seriously compromising the squad for the next several seasons.
The 2-0 win sealed a top-four spot.
Atlético’s win secures a Champions League spot with two games to spare.
Goals from Cunha and Rodrigo de Paul ensured a top-four place.
Atlético need three more points to clinch a spot no worse than fourth.
Both good and bad.
Atlético Madrid believe in tough-talking Rodrigo De Paul, but his role is not allowing him to succeed
The Argentine can still be a success at Atlético as long as Simeone plays him in a role that brings out the best in him.
Jeremy and Robbie break down Atlético’s derby victory.
Carrasco’s penalty earns the crucial win for Champions League-chasing Atleti.
This is going to be a little weird.
Plus500 and the Wanda Group are on the way out.
Will Atlético re-enter the "Suárez Zone" and take a big step toward Champions League qualification?
Lodi’s release clause is considered attainable this summer.
With three games remaining, third-place Atlético Madrid are in a three-way fight to return to the Women’s Champions League.
Atlético have a challenge to make room for the midfielder upon the end of his loan.
Zero goals, and zero hope of goals.
A few separate factors may have Atleti positioned at the head of the queue.
The first team drops more points to a relegation-contending side.
Undermanned Atlético’s place in LaLiga’s top four remains imperiled after a punishing 90 minutes in the Metropolitano.
The 19-year-old attacker was brought on late in the LaLiga game against Granada.
Half a dozen players are unavailable for this must-have fixture.
Both players suffered hamstring injuries on Sunday.
Carrasco’s brace saved the match in the final minute.
Atlético’s seven-game sprint to LaLiga’s finish line begins at the Metropolitano on Sunday.