Atletico Madrid, a club that competes at the highest level in Spain, has been quite active throughout the transfer season.
To this point, they have assembled a bug team that is capable of competing in Europe.
The remarkable depth of the club's roster is the topic of discussion in this article, which can be found here. Have a look at it down here:
There would be competition for the starting goalkeeper position between Jan Oblak and Grbic.
At the back, Simeone now has a wide variety of choices to choose from.
The team has many choices available to them, including players like Reinildo, Hermoso, Savic, Gimenez, and Witsel.
Koke continues to serve as the team's midfield captain and leader. Simeone has many choices available to him in the center of the park, with players such as De Paul, Kondogbia, Renan Lodi, Carrasco, Molina, Wass, and, of course, Llorente.
Morata is once again a member of the club. As a result of this, he will be battling for starting positions in the front line among players such as Antoine Griezmann, Joao Felix, Angel Correa, and a large number of other players.
Below is an image of the depth of the team, which looks like this:
Dozz believes that if they continue to play at the level that they have been, they will be able to win the European Championship this year.
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