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Mario Suarez

In the 2015/16 season, the midfielder signed for Fiorentina for an amount of 15 million euros.

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Toby Alderweireld

After his good performance at Southampton Football Club, the London club added him to its squad after paying Atlético de Madrid 16 million euros.

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Kevin Gameiro

He was not up to the task during his time at Atlético de Madrid and the mattress club decided to sell him to Valencia for 16 million euros.

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Borja Baston

On August 11, 2016, Club Atlético de Madrid transferred the player to the Swansea City Association Football Club in an operation that would cost around 18 million euros.

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Jose Mari

He spent three seasons in the mattress team until 1999 when he joined AC Milan for 19 million euros.

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Oliver Torres

20 million euros paid the Portuguese club for one of the greatest promises that the rojiblanco club has had in its quarry.

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Filipe Luis

Before his return to Atlético de Madrid, the Madrid club sold the Brazilian left-back for 20 million euros.

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Mario Mandzukic

He spent only one season being the team's second top scorer with a total of 20 goals. On June 22, 2015, Juventus from Turin made his signing official for 4 seasons and at an approximate cost of 19 million euros.

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Raul Jimenez

He was defending the Atlético de Madrid shirt in the 2014/15 season. After that, Atleti sold it to Benfica for an amount close to 22 million euros.

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Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink

With Atlético he played 34 league games and scored 24 goals. Despite their goals, the team was relegated. The following season Hasselbaink returned to the Premier League to play for Chelsea F.C after a € 22.5 million transfer.

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From Gea

De Gea has been one of the best goalkeepers that Atlético de Madrid has had and that sells dearly. The 'Reds' took the goalkeeper for 25 million euros.

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Theo Hernandez

The last 'travase' that has been between Atlético de Madrid and Real Madrid. The colchoneros' greatest rival had to pay 28 million euros to take over the services of the left back. He is currently on loan to the Royal Society.

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Fri

In 98/99 Lazio paid 28.41 million euros for the Italian striker, a record amount for those times.

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Fernando Torres

Living legend of Atlético de Madrid and one of the most beloved players by the rojiblanca parish. The English club wanted to take the 'Niño' and for this they had to pay 38 million euros.

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Diego Costa

Like Filipe Luis, the Spanish-Brazilian forward before his return to the rojibalnco club signed for Chelsea for 38 million euros.

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Omen

The 'Kun' formed together with Forlán one of the best attacking couples of the mattress team. In the 2011/12 season, Manchester City landed at Manzanares with 40 million in the portfolio to convince the Argentine forward.

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Burn turan

The Turk signed for the Barça club when it paid 41 million euros.

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Jackson Martinez

Like Carrasco, Jackson Martínez left for China after paying the GZ Evergrande of 42 million euros.

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Thomas Partey

On the day that the transfer market closed for the 2020/21 season, Arsenal deposited the 50 million euros in LaLiga to pay the Ghanaian player's clause.

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Falcao

Monaco paid 43 million euros to Atlético de Madrid to sign one of the best strikers the rojiblanco club has ever had.

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Rodrigo Hernandez

The Spanish player with his departure to Manchester City left in the Atleti accounts the not inconsiderable amount of 70 million euros.

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Lucas Hernandez

The most expensive sale of Atlético de Madrid. The player's sale to Bayern Munich for € 80 million was recently made official.

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Griezmann

The French player with his departure to FC Barcelona left a total of 135 million euros in the coffers of the rojiblanco team, thus becoming the most expensive sale in the history of Atlético de Madrid.

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