Published: Wed, April 19, 2017
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Door is open for Griezmann at Real Madrid, says Ramos

Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos says they'd welcome the possibility to sign Antoine Griezmann from Atletico Madrid.

However, with success has come attractors and Griezmann is constantly having to distance himself from speculation over a move at the end of the season with Manchester United leading the chase for his signature.

Atletico Madrid president Enrico Cerezo has dismissed rumours surrounding a potential move to Manchester United for Antoine Griezmann over the summer, noting that the Frenchman would not want to leave the Vicente Calderon this summer.

"Madrid constantly opens its doors to great players".

"The league is still in play and so is the Champions League", commented Zidane.

"He has improved enormously because he wanted to and he has looked to improve". He is on track to consistently be one of the best in the world.

"We are going to keep on playing until the end of the season as what we have done until now doesn't mean anything".

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"I can not say yes or no, otherwise I will be in the s--", he said.

He added: "I'm not the right person to talk about the coach's future". The journalists didn't' doubt in asking the French manager about these two players: "I wanted to introduce Isco to defend the left side and have more ball possessions". He scored 25 goals in his first season and increased that to 30 last time. "My future? I only care about the field, I feel good in Madrid, why should I change that?"

"You can't wonder how to stop him", Zinedine Zidane said about Griezmann. Atletico defender Juanfran believes his side are far better prepared to face their neighbours than when they last met.

The Madrid number three is now facing a spell out of the first-team after breaking two ribs in the weekend's draw and may even have played his final game for Los Blancos as a time frame for his return has yet to be established.

Zidane has only been in charge of Real since January 2016, but he has already won a UEFA Champions League and is well set to claim Los Blancos' first La Liga title since 2012.

Griezmann said that there would be no better way to prepare for the English team's visit on Wednesday than a win over Real Madrid.

"We know we are a strong team, with a great mentality".

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