Lucas Hernandez

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  1. BlueAnorak

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  2. Akiva

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    People need to stop making this claim. The ban is on Ateltico Madrid registering players. It does not impact the ability of players to leave the club.

    As it happens, we have an agreement with Atleti to wait until 2018 to get Lucas and it appears Griezmann has stepped away from the rags, not the other way round, for now. Still, the point remains.
     
  3. blueinsa

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    They are hardly going to want to sell if they cant replace though mate so its a fair assumption to make.
     
  4. uwe rosler 28

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    True but if clauses are triggered then athletico are screwed if the player wants out
     
  5. blueinsa

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    Of course but their players seem incredibly loyal and as looks like it, Griezmann for one has told the rags thanks but no thanks.
     
  6. Akiva

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    Agreed, but if you trigger the buyout then Atletico has no say in the matter.

    Hence, suddenly, the rags remember Ibra has been injured for two months is the bullshit excuse on the day Griezmann stepped back.
     
  7. BlueAnorak

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    So you think Atletico will let a player leave if they can't get a replacement?
    The answer is HIGHLY UNLIKELY unless they don't want him OR (the buyout clause is met AND the player wants to leave AND the player has access to the cash to buy himself out AND Atletico are not prepared to pay their player a bit extra to keep him for another season).
    You may as well say it isn't going to happen.
     
  8. Bluearmy

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    If A club were to come in for Griezmann and pay the release fee and he wanted to go there, Athletico couldn't stop the deal tho
     
  9. uwe rosler 28

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    Totally agree they do seem loyal
     
  10. domalino

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    Your arguments there don't really relate.

    1) Atletico have no choice about the transfer if United pay

    2) Hence the excuse of needing a 9 for United.

    In reality, what's happened is Griezmann has agreed not to go if they can't replace him for the ban

    So the decision on the ban has called off the transfer.
     

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