Atlético can't go after Merino

Although the transfer market closed on Monday at 11:59 p.m., the last-minute carom that led to Thomas Partey from Atlético de Madrid to Arsenal via ‘clause’ of 50 million euros, opened a door -minimum- to which several royalists could be in danger. The prohibitive clauses of the main stars txuri urdin make that scenario practically impossible. Atlético de Madrid, after losing a key piece in their midfield, has begun to track the core of the rest of the Primera teams because they can sign a replacement during the next 30 days. As soon as the exit of Party the name of Mikel
Merino, as did other candidates such as José
Bell, from the Levant, Kondogbia, from Valencia or Arambarri from Getafe.

Atlético, in any case, is unable to sign ‘El Conde’. Although he has received a good deal of money for the African -50 kilos- LaLiga's Financial Control only allows him to reinvest 25% of said profit. Thus, the mattresses will only have 12.5 million euros to replace Party, staying light years from the rescission clause of Mikel
Merino, which amounts to 60 million euros. The Real fan can breathe easy despite the fact that Madrid will try to sign. Its market is highly reduced. The club chaired by Enrique Cerezo can only incorporate players who are active in LaLiga or are currently unemployed and, in addition, they cannot spend more than the aforementioned 12.5 million.