Antoine Griezmann’s buyout clause has been halved and is now set at €100m, reports AS.
The Atletico Madrid star, who has been linked with PSG, Manchester United and Barcelona over the past year, signed a new contract in June which doubled his buyout clause to €200m.
However, that raised buyout clause was only applicable while Atletico Madrid were subject to a FIFA transfer ban, and the Spanish capital club will be able to register new players once again from January onwards
It means the France international, who is expected to play at the World Cup in Russia this summer, could move for a relative cut-price fee at the end of the season.
A £92m move before this summer would have broken the world transfer record set by United when the bought Paul Pogba from Juventus for £89m in 2016.