"It's time to put things right, I've been putting up with things for a long time"
Griezmann has given an interview to Jorge Valdano for his popular programme 'Universo Valdano', the first in a long time from the Frenchman, an interview that promises to have consequences.
What will be Griezmann's new announcement? Already accustomed to his media decisions, this time it seems a little more personal. It seems, from what you can tell from the interview teaser, that he has had enough.
Griezmann says that the moment has arrived to talk. "As I said in my presentation, I didn't want to talk off it, but on the field, because that's how I am, because that's what I do best, with the ball at my feet", he started saying to Jorge Valdano.
"But I think it's time to put things right, I've been putting up with things, comments, for along time and I've already said that's enough".
So Antoine Griezmann has done it again. This time it is not a documentary about whether or not he will leave his club. It is a declaration of intent, a cry of anguish, of reaction, of defiance, in the form of an interview.