The France international and Atletico Madrid’s hotshot Antoine Griezmann has recently admitted that he is happy to remain at Atletico Madrid for now and wants to win trophies with the club, but does not rule out a future move to the English giant Manchester United.


The hot shot of Atletico Madrid Antoine Griezmann, who is part of the 30-man list of nominees for the Ballon d'Or award has hinted that he could be interested in a future move to Manchester United as Griezmann admits he has discussed United, and manager Jose Mourinho, with France teammate Paul Pogba.

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According to the 25-year-old Atletico Madrid and France national team forward, who has already scored 50 goals in his 80 appearances for the Spanish giant and 14 goals in his 38 appearances for the national side has five years remaining on his contract at Vicente Calderon, although has been linked with a switch to the English giant Manchester United in the past and now it is seems like Griezmann is all interested to a move to England, but it is not going to happen so damn quickly,

As Griezmann said in an interview with Sky Sports,

“A future transfer depends on how I feel. Right now I'm a father so a move to another city would not be the right thing [to do].

"I'll see if I want to do something else in the future though. Right now I'm very happy at Atletico and I still want to win trophies with this club.

"I always ask Pogba about United. I think Manchester United is a huge club with a really good infrastructure. I ask Paul about some of the players. If they're really that good and if Mourinho's really that good.”

"You hear a lot but in the end it's the same with United as it is with PSG. Right now I don't see me moving to a new club. It would be awesome to play together with Paul one day." He concluded.