Transfer News and Rumors
Miguel Ángel Gil Marín has said that the best thing for all parties is if João leaves Atlético in January.
According to multiple reports.
Four clubs have been linked.
The Brazilian has a release clause of €100 million.
According to a report Thursday.
The Frenchman has signed his new multi-year contract with Atleti, too.
The Tottenham Hotspur left-back replaces the outgoing Renan Lodi in Diego Simeone’s side.
The Brazilian played 0 minutes in two games, and the club was willing to let him leave with the window closing this week.
Atlético reportedly want more top earners to take temporary pay cuts as financial difficulties continue
Meanwhile, the club CEO’s wealth is only rising.
Per multiple reports.
The 23-year-old Brazilian would be "keen to join" struggling Man United.
The club also extended the midfielder's contract to 2028.
The 24-year-old is Atlético’s fix to a gaping problem on the right side.
The superstar forward is down to two options — stay at Manchester United, or join Atlético.
The center-back is happy at Atlético despite losing his starting role.
Why are Atlético being linked with a longtime nemesis in the twilight of his career?
According to reports in Italy and Spain.
The academy graduate seems set to stay and receive another opportunity to return to form.
The Brazilian winger arrives as Atlético Madrid’s second confirmed signing this summer.
This should put an end to further speculation about Atleti’s forward line.
The Colchoneros have a new midfielder.
The duo starred on loan last season.
The Uruguayan centre-back has drawn interest from Manchester City and Real Madrid in recent transfer windows.
Atlético have narrowed their options and the ex-Manchester City right-back is toward the top of the list.
The veteran full-back played five seasons in Madrid.
The latest developments on the Spain forward’s future.
Cash-strapped Atlético are still struggling to make any headway on the market.
The midfielder’s pact with Atleti ends in 2023, and no market has materialized for him this summer.
The Spain midfielder has been heavily linked with Atlético in recent weeks, but can he bring what Diego Simeone’s squad needs?
Vitolo won’t be returning to Madrid next season, and Atleti are looking to resolve the €38 million flop’s future.