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Antoine Griezmann backed for Bayern Munich move by Toni Kroos

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno explains why he doesn't believe Antoine Griezmann is the right fit for Bayern Munich's squad.

Atletico Madrid forward Antoine Griezmann would suit Bayern Munich, according to Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos.

Griezmann, 24, has enjoyed an impressive first season at Atletico since his move from Real Sociedad last summer.

The France international has scored 25 goals in all competitions, 22 of them in 34 La Liga appearances.

His form has been followed by reports of interest from Chelsea and also Bundesliga side Bayern, and Kroos believes Griezmann has what it takes to impress...

 By PA Sport

Saul Niguez signs new five-year deal to stay with Atletico Madrid

Manchester United target Saul Niguez has decided to stay at Atletico Madrid.

Highly rated Atletico Madrid midfielder Saul Niguez has signed a new five-year contract, the Spanish club have announced.

The homegrown 20-year-old, who has been linked with Manchester United, has enjoyed a big breakthrough season at the Vicente Calderon after spending last term on loan at Rayo Vallecano.

Niguez has scored four goals in 32 appearances for Atletico this season and is now committed to the club until 2020.

Speaking at a news conference, Niguez said: ''For me it means a lot to wear...

Atletico Madrid robbed of three points from Athletic's visit to the Calderon

Antoine Griezmann scored one of two Atletico Madrid goals that were wrongfully ruled offside.

Nearly 50,000 calls should have been made to the Madrid police around 8pm local time on Saturday as a packed Vicente Calderon bore witness to a robbery in broad daylight of Atletico Madrid's hopes of securing third place. Not one but two clearly good goals were ruled out for offside, while the normally mild-mannered Fernando Torres aggressively confronted referee Jaime Latre for failing to award him a clear penalty.

A 0-0 draw at home to Athletic Bilbao isn't a disaster for Diego Simeone's men...