Antoine Griezmann has said he will soon reveal where he would play football next season.
The French international also disclosed that he knows the club he wants to join, and asked for patience while his future is being sorted out.
Griezmann told Atletico towards the end of last season, that he would be leaving this summer. It is expected that a new club will pay his release clause when it drops to €120 million on July 1.
Barcelona are said to be interested in the forward, despite turning them down last summer.
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But according to ESPN, the La Liga champions would want the player to take a pay cut from his €23 million a year contract in his new deal at the Madrid-based club.
However, reports in Spain have claimed that the 28-year-old has agreed to join Paris Saint-Germain, with the Catalan giants delaying on whether to pay the release clause.
The World Cup winner has now called for patience over where he would be playing football next season.
“I know where I want to go and the sacrifices I will have to make,” Griezmann told French TV show, Telematin.
“I just ask for a bit of patience, and soon I will be delighted to say.”
Addressing speculation that he could at some point end up at David Beckham’s Inter Miami CF project, he joked: “I can only say it won’t be Miami.”
The 28-year-old played the 90 minutes in France’s 2-0 defeat to Turkey in Saturday’s Euro 2020 qualifier. He would also feature the Les blue’s qualifier against Andorra on Monday.