- Date of Birth: 28 April 1970
- Birthplace: Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Liverpool let complacency slip in against West Ham. Having no title challengers could see them lose focus - they need to sharpen up for tougher tests to come against Atletico Madrid and Chelsea
talent. If, however, complacency creeps in again – be it at Stamford Bridge in the FA Cup fifth round or when Diego Simeone and...
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Bayern Munich have reportedly identified Atletico Madrid’s Diego Simeone as the prime candidate to become their next manager.
Atletico Madrid have reportedly identified Mauricio Pochettino as the replacement for Diego Simeone.
Atletico Madrid have reportedly reached an agreement with Belgian winger Yannick Carrasco, signing him on loan for the remainder of the season.
Paris Saint-Germain forward Edinson Cavani has reportedly snubbed advances from Chelsea and Manchester United for a mid-season move to Atletico Madrid.
Atletico Madrid boss Diego Simeone is looking to bring in a new striker during the January transfer window and latest reports indicate that the player at the top of his list, is out of favour Paris Saint-Germain front man Edinson Cavani.
Manchester United are reportedly keen on landing the signature of Atletico Madrid midfielder Marcos Llorente on a temporary basis for the season.
According to Daily Mail, PSG will demand £8.5million for Edinson Cavani should Atletico Madrid sign him in the summer.
Uruguayan international forward Edinson Cavani has been linked with a surprise move to Atletico Madrid on a Bosman at the end of his contract next summer.
Atletico Madrid have reportedly earmarked Manchester United midfielder Nemanja Matic as a potential signing for the January transfer window.
Chelsea defender Marcos Alonso could reportedly be the subject of a loan approach from Atletico Madrid when the transfer window reopens next month.
Atletico Madrid are reportedly prepared to make an approach to sign Olivier Giroud from Chelsea when the transfer window reopens next month.
Tottenham have received a blow in their efforts to sign Real Betis midfielder Giovani Lo Celso this summer, after receiving word that Atletico Madrid have entered the race to sign the Argentinian. Lo Celso is considered one of Europe's brightest young prospects and Atletico are ready to pay 75 million euros to acquire the player.
Newly signed Atletico Madrid attacker Joao Felix has revealed in an interview that he hopes to one day move to England to play in the Premier League. The former Benfica star, who at 120 million euros becomes one of the most expensive football transfers of all time, has moved to Atletico as a replacement for Antoine Griezmann and arrives with a massive reputation.
Atletico Madrid have completed the signing of Athletico Parana left-back Renan Lodi. The Spanish giants have paid a fee of 25 million euros for the left-back, with the player signing a six year deal in the Spanish capital.
Monaco have agreed a transfer for Gelson Martins from Atletico Madrid, having persuaded the Portuguese forward to extend his loan stay at the club and sign a permanent deal. The player will arrive for a fee of around 27 million euros at the Stade Louis II.
Pep Guardiola will wrap up a deal to sign impressive Spanish midfielder Rodri this summer, in a deal that is likely to end Manchester City's summer transfer activity. It is understood that Guardiola is happy with his current squad and just wants to add defensive mettle to his side and is delighted that Rodri has elected to move to the Premier League instead of the Bundesliga.
Spanish striker Alvaro Morata has said that he has no plans of leaving Atletico Madrid and he is determined to secure a permanent transfer from Chelsea this summer.
Chelsea loanee Alvaro Morata could reportedly remain with Atletico Madrid next season with the Spanish club expected to extend his temporary contract.
Arsenal have entered the race to sign Argentinian defender Walter Kannemann. The player, 28, is currently at Gremio in Brazil and is the subject of a £15 million move rumour.
Atletico revengeful, Dortmund remorseless. Each in their own terms, sellers of rapture and thrill. Two contrasting sides offering dash and dare. Atletico’s pedigree crumbled in front of Dortmund’s vociferous supporters like statues of sand. Dortmund's margin of victory against such an experienced European outfit, famed for their defensive solidity, was a major show of intent and marks them out as real contenders to go a long way into the competition. Lucien Favre is the man who has re-ignited Dortmund’s dormant aspirations of European and domestic glory. The 4-0 win over an extremely shrewd and defensively unbreachable Atletico Madrid was just an indication of Dortmund’s attacking flair and fury. However, a trip to Madrid’s state of art stadium is going to be a tricky affair as Atletico Madrid will undoubtedly be out for a bit of redemption, and this time will have the full support of the Wanda Metropolitano at their backs. With a showdown against Bayern Munich looming, the priority will be to keep BVB’s key players healthy and rested. Dortmund have already booked a trip to the round of 16 hence rotation to keep their star performers fresh before Bayern clash is predictable. The catch here for Favre and his backroom staff will be to strike a balance between using their trusted match winners and rotating the squad. Jadon Sancho, the latest Football sensation is on a roll himself. He is scoring spectacular goals, providing near perfect assists and winning matches for Dortmund as if it were a cakewalk. Everything that this kid is touching is turning into gold. Dortmund’s very own Alchemist clubbed with fiercely loyal Marco Rues, the reborn striker Paco Alcacer and you have one of the most brutal attacking weapons in your Arsenal.