Atletico Madrid

Atletico Madrid Information
League Spanish Primera Liga
Location Madrid, Spain
Founded 1903
Official Website

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Latest Football Transfer Rumours About Atletico Madrid

Players rumoured in at Atletico Madrid FC in the last 2 weeks

Rumours Player From Club
2 Alex Chamberlain Liverpool
1 Alexandre Lacazette Arsenal

Players rumoured out of Atletico Madrid FC in the last 2 weeks

Atletico Madrid - Latest News

La Liga given green light to restart on June 8 by Spanish prime minister

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop discusses how the frequency of games will affect Barcelona and Real Madrid in the title race. Julien Laurens commends La Liga for trying a different plan for restarting the season.

Atletico Madrid's Virginia Torrecilla undergoes successful brain surgery

Julie Foudy explains why some USWNT players are hesitant to participate in a proposed NWSL summer tournament. USWNT stars Tobin Heath and Lindsey Horan see the Thorns FC 2020 kits for the first time. Julie Foudy says the USWNT should "get to the table" with U.

Laurens has doubts about Lacazette-Partey swap deal

Julien Laurens thinks it will be difficult for a swap deal including Alexandre Lacazette and Thomas Partey.

Real Madrid's Sergio Ramos offside on 2016 UCL opener - Mark Clattenburg

Atletico Madrid have tweeted a response after referee Mark Clattenburg admitted rivals Real Madrid's crucial opener in the 2016 Champions League final should have been ruled out for offside.The club tweeted a "thinking face" emoji alongside images of various Spanish newspaper reports detailing the admission on Thursday.

Aubameyang problem makes Partey-Lacazette swap deal 'unlikely'

Julien Laurens says he can't see Arsenal letting Alexandre Lacazette leave with the current climate at the club.

'Zero risk' to play La Liga matches every day amid coronavirus crisis - Tebas

La Liga president Javier Tebas sees very little risk to players upon returning to action. Julien Laurens examines La Liga's approach to resuming league play with clubs returning to training. La Liga president Javier Tebas has said there will be "zero" risk for matches to be played every day when competitive football returns in Spain after its pause because of the coronavirus pandemic.