According to the Metro, Manchester United continue to lead the chase for Antoine Griezmann. Manchester United have been heavily linked with the Atletico star for a long while now, but they’re not the only club reportedly interested. Arsenal have also been heavily linked with the Frenchman. Like O-Posts on Facebook You can also
Vishakh’s latest “The Manchester Musings” column. Manchester United completed a world-record transfer in the summer of 2016 when they signed Paul Pogba from Juventus – thoughts quickly turned to who the next big signing would be at Old Trafford. One name that has continued to be linked is Pogba’s fellow countryman and good friend, Antoine
According to the latest reports, Manchester United are ready to offer Atletico star Antoine Griezmann a substantial wage packet if he were to join the Red Devils. The Frenchman has reportedly been offered a wage packet of £220,000 a week. As reported by the Daily Mirror: “Manchester United are prepared to hand Antoine Griezmann the
Antoine Griezmann could be lighting up the Premier League next season. That’s if Pep Guardiola gets his way. The Manchester City boss is said to be very interested in capturing the French international, and will assume a bidding war with rivals Manchester United for his signature. According to sources close to the Sunday Mirror, Guardiola
As we all know, Paris Saint-Germain have struggled to fill the void left by Zlatan in the summer. The reigning league champions currently sit third in Ligue 1 and are currently six points adrift of early pace setters Nice and have reportedly pinpointed Atletico Madrid star Antoine Griezmann as the ideal candidate to replace Ibrahimovic.
One of the most satisfying things in football is watching a potentially good young player begin to really develop at a big club and show signs that he has become the player people once thought he could be. From a young age, Antoine Griezmann was viewed as a youngster with a very bright future ahead
After the fantastic achievement of last season, when Atletico Madrid were taken to the final of the Champions League and to their first league title in 18 years, it has been a summer where reality has returned to bite the club that is still crippled by debts despite their remarkable turnaround in fortunes under Diego