If Ghanaian Thomas Partey leaves this summer, Atlético de Madrid will have to take action on the transfer window to replace him. And the Colchoneros would now think of Allan, the Brazilian playing at Napoli.
Since last weekend, football fans can watch high-level matches in Europe. The German championships have indeed resumed, and the Liga NOS (Portugal) and La Liga (Spain) will soon follow. In Italy, clubs have been allowed to resume training pending an official resumption date, as in England, while in France, the 2019-2020 season is already over. So, behind the scenes, the teams still have a little time to already think about the next transfer window.
On the other side of the Pyrenees, Atlético de Madrid could carry out some operations this summer. There shouldn’t be any follies because of the financial crisis linked to Covid-19, like for most clubs, but the Colchoneros should bring about change, especially in the midfield. Trained at Atlético, Thomas Parety quickly took the steps to win within the Diego Simeone team and Arsenal could go to the checkout this summer to recruit him. Under contract until 2023 with the Spanish club, the Ghanaian has a release clause of 50 million euros.
Allan future replacement for Thomas Partey?
In case of departure of its number 5, the formation of the Spanish capital will therefore have cash and can thus replace him. And if a few names have already come out, like that of Mauro Arambarri (Getafe), another player seems to be in the sights of Madrid’s management: Allan! It is the Neapolitan daily newspaper, Corriere del Mezzogiorno, which revealed this information in its edition of the day. Atlético de Madrid would now have an eye on the Brazilian midfielder, long tracked by Paris Saint-Germain, who played at Napoli (contract until 2023).
And the Colchoneros could take advantage of the complicated situation of the 29-year-old. As the Italian media explains, the international Auriverde (8 selections) would no longer really fit into Gennaro Gattuso’s plans. Allan’s last tenure dates back to January 18 and when he was released
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