According to the club, there is a deal with Barcelona, but they say it has nothing to do with Griezmann`s situation. Atlético say they will receive economic compensation for giving Barcelona the first option over a number of Atlético players, mainly from the Academy, while they would not confirm that Saúl and Giménez are included. Bartomeu declined to comment on Atlético`s statement when asked about it on Friday during midfielder Frenkie de Jong`s presentation at Camp Nou. Griezmann`s representatives could not be contacted to take a position. On 28 July 2014, Atlético Madrid agreed with Real Sociedad on the transfer of Griezmann for a fee likely close to his €30 million (£24 million) buyout clause.   He undertaes the medical examination on the same day and signed a six-year contract on July 29.   According to journalist William Roberto, who spoke to the Spanish radio station Onda Cero, the dispute has now been settled amicably and the teams have reached a private agreement. “After receiving a `yes` in response, an agreement was reached with the French striker, involving Pep Segura, barcas` chief executive, and Robert Fernandez, the director of football.” We learned that Barcelona and the player had reached an agreement in March, especially in the days following the second leg of our Champions League match against Juventus, and that they had been negotiating the terms of the contract since mid-February. Barcelona and Atletico Madrid have reportedly reached a peace deal on the Antoine Griezmann case. As part of the deal, Barcelona will also receive the first rejection from five Atletico players, including Saul Niguez and Jose Gimenez. According to El Mundo, Atletico Barcelona will pay €15 million and the negotiating rights of five Atletico players, including Saul and Jose Gimenez. And now he is waiting for Barca to agree with Atletico on the transfer fee before he can change in January.
His current contract expires in 2022, but the association is working to reward him with improved terms and is confident that an agreement is about to be reached. Atletico had claimed that Barcelona had reached a deal to sign the French domestic player while his opt-out clause was €200 million (£178 million/$221 million), instead of the €120 million (£107 million/$134 million) they eventually paid. However, no agreement was reached, as barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu reportedly said the 29-year-olds were irreplaceable. Barcelona and Atlético Madrid have agreed to put a point at the end of their dispute over Antoine Griezmann, according to El Mundo and confirmed by AS. Barcelona will pay Atlético €15 million for not publishing emails showing their negotiations with Griezmann before his opt-out clause drops to €120 million (the royalty, which Barcelona paid for the player). The dispute over Barcelona`s engagement of Antoine Griezmann from Atletico Madrid was settled by a private agreement between the two parties. The coronavirus pandemic has made the summer transfer market different from everyone else before, but many deals have still been made, and you can see the most important ones here. . . .