Atletico Madrid have been one of the busiest teams in summer transfer window with big deals in and out of the Wanda Metropolitano.
They may have lost Antoine Griezmannn but they have signed Joao Felix, one of the most promising wonderkids in the world – and they aren’t done yet.
According to reports, Tottenham Hotspur right-back Kieran Trippier is set to sign for the Spaniards in a £25m deal.
The full-back will be part of a huge defensive overhaul by Diego Simeone who has lost Diego Godin and Lucas Hernandez already this summer as they move to Inter Milan and Bayern Munich, respectively.
Another player on the cusp of joining appears to be Espanyol centre-back Mario Hermoso and a £35m deal could be done in the coming days.
They would join midfielder Marcos Llorente, left-back Renan Lodi, and centre-back Felipe who signed for around £60m in total, while Hector Herrera arrives on a free transfer.
Midfielder Rodri has, like Griezmann, left the club after Manchester City activated his £62.8m release clause.
Other exits included Gelson Martins to Monaco and Luciano Vietto to Sporting Lisbon, meanwhile they are attempting to offload Angel Correa.
Jan Oblak had reportedly criticised the club’s hierarchy for their lack of ambition but their signings certainly make a huge statement of intent.
Atletico even paid more than Felix’s release clause so they could land their target, which is impressive.
But how will they all fit in? Here at talkSPORT.com we have taken a look at how Atletico Madrid could line-up next season.
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Jan Oblak is likely to be the number one choice next season despite reports of his ambition to leave the club.
He was said to have been unhappy with the amount of key players leaving the club but with several signings in recent days this attitude may have changed.
There will be some changes in Simeone’s defence next season with Diego Godin and Filipe Luis both leaving after the end of their contracts, while Lucas Hernandez has been sold to Bayern Munich after they triggered his £72million release clause.
Left-back Lodi has been signed from Athletico Paranaense in Brazil but they may look to sign a more experienced defender to help the 21-year-old adapt to LaLiga.
Centre-back Felipe was brought in from Porto to bolster their options along with Jose Gimenez and Stefan Savic, and Hermoso will increase competition, or possibly indicate another sale.
Santiago Arias did okay in his first campaign and was due to start ahead of Sime Vrsaljko, who returns from a loan spell, but Trippier may now usurp them both.
There will again be several changes in this department following the departures listed above.
Marcos Llorente can help plug the gap in the middle of the pitch along with free transfer Hector Herrera from Porto.
Marcos Llorente joined the club from arch rivals Real Madrid[/caption]
Koke has occasionally been used on the right by Simone but he may look for extra cover in that department.
Thomas Lemar will continue on the left with Saul in the middle of the pitch alongside one of Llorente or Herrera.
Atletico are likely to lose Antoine Griezmann this summer after the forward signalled his intention to leave.
Joao Felix can be seen as a direct replacement and often played as the second striker for Benfica. He is versatile, though, and has played as an attacking midfielder and out wide.
Diego Costa has fallen out of favour at the club following eight-game ban for abusing a referee. Do not be surprised if he is one player who heads for the exit this summer.
The best option to partner Felix is Alvaro Morata, who is continuing his loan spell from Chelsea but could be bought permanently.