Antoine Griezmann rejoins Atletico Madrid on a permanent deal.
The Frenchman joins his former side Atletico Madrid on a four-year contract to complete his return to Civitas Metropolitano.
Barcelona agreed to reduce the transfer fee from €40 million to €20m to sanction the move.
The French forward was limited to 30-minute cameos due to financial clauses in the deal.
The 31-year-old has scored 144 goals in 304 matches over his two spells at Atletico Madrid and is the club’s fourth-highest scorer.
The French international joined Barcelona back in 2019 when the club triggered his release clause of €120m.
Griezmann scored 35 goals in 102 appearances over his two seasons with the Catalan giants.
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“Atletico de Madrid and FC Barcelona have reached an agreement over the transfer of Antoine Griezmann, who since the summer of 2021 and until now had played for our club on loan from FC Barcelona,” read a statement on Atletico’s website.
“In addition, the French striker has signed a contract that will link him to our club until 30 June 2026.”
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