The Atletico coach said "He is a very complete player, with a bright future ahead of him. He is on the path to getting even better. We work with him day by day to help him play like he did today."
The French striker has not played this season and is looking to leave the club. Ligue 1 clubs are said to be interested with ST Etienne leading the way.
The defensive player has said "This will be my last contract here, I can tell you that. I hope I am remembered as a good person, and to be able to go back to Barcelona in 15 years and say hello to the fans, to have the doors open at a place I have been for so long."
Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has said "I was chasing the ball rather than attacking it. But I should at least have gotten it on target. Then again, I was there in the right position and that is the important thing. Next time I will do better."
AC Milan officials were in London this week to discuss a move for Tottenham winger Eric Lamela. AC Milan want to return to the upper echelons of Italian football, and see Lamela as a solid signing.
Mauro Icardi has been in hot water lately with the Inter fans, and it is reported that he wants a move away from the Milanese side. PSG are looking for a center forward, having not replaced Zlatan Ibrahimovic adequately, and Icardi is on their radar.
Manchester United coach Jose Mourinho wants to strengthen the right back position in his squad, and he is showing interest in Everton full back Seamus Coleman. Coleman has performed consistently over the past few years and he will be an able addition to the squad.
Pep Guardiola is a big fan of the full back, and City's current options in that position are the wrong side of 30 and the Catalan coach is looking at his former charge to fill the gap.
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has said on his record signing "Where Pogba was playing, I was expecting more penetration."
He also continued by saying "It was a very difficult game for us and for them. More difficult game for them than us. We started really well and were completely in control."
Borussia Dortmund CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke said "When you are playing in surroundings where things are working for you, like in Dortmund, then it is quite strange to give that away again once things have finally started to work out for you after a long time settling in."
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