According to reports, Premier League heavyweight, Manchester United have been handed a major lift in the transfer race to sign striker Antoine Griezmann.
The Red Devils have been given a tremendous lift in their quest for forward Antoine Griezmann after La Liga giants Atletico Madrid had a monstrous row with FC Barcelona, according to British media reports.
The Daily Mirror is stating that the two Spanish clubs have had a major dropping out as of late after France international striker Griezmann was vigorously linked with a conceivable transfer to Camp Nou.
A similar report asserts that Atletico Madrid have sent a formal complaint to Fifa after FC Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu allegedly met the Antonio Griezmann’s family to discuss a move.
What’s more, it is being asserted that the circumstance could play into Manchester United’s hands after the Red Devils were intensely connected with a move to sign the 26-year-old attacker in the late spring.
The story says that the French striker is as of now under contract at Atletico Madrid until 2022 and has a €100million release clause in his current deal.
Manchester United were vigorously connected with a move to sign Griezmann in the mid year transfer window but a transfer failed to materialize after the forward opted to remain at the Spanish club.
In any case, there will undoubtedly be a lot of crisp rumour about his future in the coming days as the winter transfer window moves ever closer, and Manchester United hoping to reinforce their squad in the new year.