Once the transfer market is over, it’s time to review. Analyze who has done it well, who has done it wrong, what signings they seem good and which ones don’t. In this regard, in Spain the team that comes out better off is the Atlético de Madrid. At least, as far as the greats are concerned.
The truth is that it is not that they have moved much, but they have done well. They have brought a player like From Paul who has been one of the highlights with Argentina in the Copa América that they won and had already been standing out for years in the Udinese. To Matheus Cunha, who did an excellent Olympics and has the Bundesliga baggage. And to Lacomte, good substitute for Oblak who arrives from the Monaco.
But the jewel in the crown is Griezmann. The Frenchman played the best football of his career under Simeone and was in Atlético where he achieved star status world. His late arrival gives a quality plus to the champion’s squad and they make him aspire to everything again this season. Win two leagues in a row it would be a historic milestone that they have never achieved.
The Real Madrid and the Barcelona they have weakened their blocks. I am not so clear about which of the three templates is the best, I see them evenly. What I am clear about is that Atlético de Madrid’s is very good. In addition to these signings, we must add a goalkeeper like Oblak, for me the best in the world, and even Luis Suarez decisive in the last league despite being 34 years old already.
We can’t forget the block, which is the stronghold in which Simeone has been building this champion team for a decade. The Savic, Koke, Lodi, Giménez, Llorente or Correa are not exactly lame, and they complete a template, I reiterate, of bells. Illusionary and that allows the rojiblancos aspire to everything in Spain this year. They only have to make the leap in Europe