Football: Antoine Griezmann could leave Puma to represent a French equipment manufacturer

Atletico Madrid and French Football Team player Antoine Griezmann is about to switch from long-time equipment supplier Puma to a French brand.

Although the winter transfer window in Europe will open its doors soon, things are heating up mostly on the equipment manufacturers side. Antoine Griezmann, who scored a double against Getafe in La Liga on Tuesday evening to become Atletico’s top scorer (3-3), would be much less comfortable with his boots.

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A French equipment manufacturer would approach the forerunner of Colchoneros. The French national team, which has been sponsored by Puma since 2010, is “on the verge of leaving” its historical equipment supplier, according to information received from Foot Mercato. Mâconnais wants to get closer to a new sponsor, with whom he will consider ending his career as a professional player. It remains to be seen which one it is…

\ud83d\udea8 Antoine Griezmann \ud83c\uddeb\ud83c\uddf7 wants to leave Puma at the end of the season!

Grizou could then sign a contract with Decathlon!

The French brand is actually about to equip a major French international football player.

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— Actu Foot (@ActuFoot_) December 21, 2023

Is Griezmann in Decathlon?

But the German brand has not yet said its final word and hopes to remain by the side of one of its historical muses for a long time to come. By chance or coincidence, Decathlon is about to equip a major French international. The French brand has been developing for several years. Thanks to its partnerships with LFP and UEFA to equip match balls, the brand is no longer limited to being just a distributor of sports products.

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Just like the collaboration between Gaël Monfils and the famous tennis player (once the French No. 1) through the tennis brand Artengo, for which he becomes the brand ambassador for 5 years in 2022, the brand from the north of France wants to do the same in football. Signing a contract with a player of Antoine Griezmann’s caliber, who has an international aura, would be a genius move for the French brand, which would allow it to take a step forward and make a sensational entry into the shoe market.

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