Atletico Madrid's Antoine Griezmann Makes Big Decision On Future

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Lemar's potential transfer could have major implications for the future of compatriot Antoine Griezmann, who has been heavily linked with a move from Atletico Madrid to Barcelona.

Lemar is a part of Didier Deschamps' France squad in Russian Federation and could be in line for a start in their first game against Australia on Saturday should Kylian Mbappe miss out with an ankle knock.

Previously, the Frenchman had stated that he wanted things to be resolved before the World Cup, in order to fully concentrate on the tournament with his country.

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"I'm very sorry but today I'm not going to give my decision", he said.

Seeing how things have come full circle for Griezmann is just handsome and we're eager to see how he performs on the grandest stage of them all, especially considering how electric he was two years back. "In Spain some say that I stay at Atlético, others say I leave and I'll say it before the first game begins", he said recently.

"I know there's a lot of expectation, I know many were waiting for it, but today is not the day (to speak about my future)".

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Griezmann was close to closing a move to Barça after months of talks once his release clause dropped to 100 million euros on July 1. The deal, should he sign, will make him the club's highest paid player; and the entire club has been endorsing the deal since it was offered - from the president right down to the kit man.

Everything is pointing to Griezmann signing for Barca after the World Cup...

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