Barcelona ready to settle Griezmann dispute


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Key Story: Barcelona ready to end clash with Atletico Madrid over Antoine Griezmann

Barcelona are ending their loan dispute with Atletico Madrid Antoine GriezmannThey are willing to settle the matter for a fee of 25 million euros, According to Mundo Deportivo.

In the summer of 2021, Griezmann joined Atletico on loan, which ends at the end of this season. But even if Barcelona prefer to find an amicable solution instead, there is a possibility that the courts will intervene when that time comes.

Barca’s current position is that Atletico have triggered the contract clause to make Griezmann’s loan permanent for 50% of his games with Madrid. However, Atletico argues that the 50% limit applies over two years of the loan.


Barcelona want to recoup some of the money they spent on signing Griezmann, while Atletico manager Diego Simeone wants to use the attacker freely without worrying about triggering the €40 million clause. Until Griezmann started in last week’s Madrid derby, Simeone only featured the Frenchman as a substitute for 30 minutes or less.

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In the absence of direct contact, according to the report, Barca are willing to negotiate and despite the price of the controversial contract clause, they are willing to accept at least €25m, which is €15m less than they asked for. In addition, Barcelona are trying to find a solution before the first weekend of January so that it does not interfere with the competition between the two clubs.

Griezmann could not be privy to all the details of the negotiations, but is said to be hoping it will be sorted soon so he can help Atletico without the restrictions imposed by the clause – especially since he needs as many minutes as possible. of the World Cup.

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