MADRID (Reuters) -Atletico Madrid on Tuesday sensationally introduced they’d re-signed France ahead Antoine Griezmann on a season-long loan from Barcelona.
In one of the vital eye-catching strikes on Europe’s deadline day, Atletico secured the return of a participant they bought for a reported 120 million euros ($141.68 million) in 2019.
In a membership statement, Atleti stated the deal contains a possibility for both memberships to increase the loan association by a year.
Barca’s additionally said that the deal contained an obligation to purchase Griezmann, with LaLiga champions Atletico additionally paying the player’s wages in full.
Native media experiences in Spain put the acquisition possibility at 40 million euros ($47.23 million).
The deal had been thrown into doubt, with neither facet asserting the transfer earlier than the midnight CET deadline.
Native media mentioned the delay was attributable to an issue with LaLiga’s switch registration system. However, the league confirmed they’d obtained all related documentation in time and had not granted an extension for the deal to be completed.
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