Reports indicate that Atletico Madrid intends to pursue Moise Kean, but at the same time they will wait for MLS star Thiago Almada.
In the final days of the January transfer window, Atletico Madrid wants to become active in transfer activities.
Rumors suggest that Los Rojiblancos are actively pursuing numerous deals to bolster their squad, with plans also in place for departures.
Prioritizing a new midfielder is at the forefront of Diego Simeone’s agenda as he aims to strengthen his team’s engine room for the second half of the campaign. However, the veteran coach is also exploring options in other areas.
The potential move of Angel Correa to Saudi Arabia has created an opportunity to secure Juventus striker Moise Kean on loan.
Initially, it was believed that the deal to acquire Kean hinged on Correa’s departure. However, according to the latest update from Marca, that may no longer be the case.
Simeone is content with securing Kean until the end of the season, irrespective of Correa’s potential stay in Madrid. Atletico is standing firm, expecting a €15m offer from Al Ittihad.
The possibility of securing a deal for Correa’s international teammate, Thiago Almada, is contingent on Correa’s departure. Atlanta United is open to accepting a fee around €25m, but Atletico will only proceed if they obtain funds from Correa’s transfer.