The main sales of the Atleti youth academy

The main sales of the Atleti youth academy



The main sales of the Atleti youth academy

Mario Suarez – 800,000 euros

The midfielder from Madrid left the rojiblanco club to sign for Mallorca in the 2008-09 season.

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Robert – €8.5 million

The goalkeeper from the red and white academy signed for Benfica in the 2010-11 season.

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Camacho – €1.5 million

The midfielder from Zaragoza left Atlético de Madrid to sign for Málaga in the 2010-11 season.

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De Gea – €25 million

The Madrid goalkeeper left the rojiblanco club to sign for Manchester United in the 2011-12 season.

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Ibrahima – €1 million

The Senegalese striker signed for Osasuna in the 2011-12 season.

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Dominguez – 8 million euros

The Madrid defender left the red and white academy to sign for Borussia Moenchengladbach in the 2012-13 season.

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Joel – €4 million

The goalkeeper from Getafe left Atlético de Madrid to sign for Everton in the 2013-14 season.

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Blackberry – 100,000 euros

A rojiblanco youth squad like Morata has been involved in a curious situation. He left Atlético, first, without the club receiving a euro. However, when Juventus signed him from Madrid in 2013, Atlético entered 100,000 euros through the solidarity mechanism. In 2017 his destination was Chelsea and Atlético received, again, 800,000 euros for the same concept.

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Robert – €6 million

The homegrown goalkeeper again left money in the red and white coffers when he signed for Olympiacos in the 2014-15 season.

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Manquillo – 2 million euros

The Chinchon defender left the rojiblanco team to sign for Liverpool in the 2014-15 season.

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Ruben Perez – €500,000

The midfielder from Ecija left Atlético to sign for Torino in the 2014-15 season.

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Mario Suarez – €15 million

The midfielder from Madrid left money for Atlético de Madrid again when he signed for Fiorentina in the 2015-16 season.

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Borja Bastón – 18 million euros

The striker from Madrid left the rojiblanco club to sign for Swansea City in the 2016-17 season.

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Theo Hernandez – €30 million

The French defender left Atlético de Madrid to sign for Real Madrid in the 2017-18 season.

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Oliver – €20 million

The midfielder from Cáceres left the rojiblanco team to sign for Porto in the 2017-18 season.

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Manquillo – 5 million euros

The defender once again left money in the red and white coffers when he signed for Newcastle in the 2017-18 season.

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Amath – 3 million euros

The Senegalese striker left Atlético de Madrid to sign for Getafe in the 2017-18 season.

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Blackberry – 800,000 euros

A rojiblanco youth squad like Morata has been involved in a curious situation. He left Atlético, first, without the club receiving a euro. However, when Juventus signed him from Madrid in 2013, Atlético entered 100,000 euros through the solidarity mechanism. In 2017 his destination was Chelsea and Atlético received, again, 800,000 euros for the same concept.

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Kunde – €7.5 million

The Cameroonian midfielder left the rojiblanco club to sign for Mainz in the 2018-19 season.

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Lucas Hernandez – €80 million

The French defender left Atlético to sign for Bayern Munich in March 2019.

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Rodrigo – €70 million

The man from Madrid was a rojiblanco youth squad until he was a cadet, when he left for Villarreal. In 2018 he returned to Atleti and a year later City paid his termination clause and became a new skyblue player.

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Thomas Partey – €50 million

The Ghanaian became a fixture in the midfield for Cholo Simeone. On the last day of the summer market, Arsenal paid his clause and the pivot left for London.

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Alvaro Morata – 35 million euros

Third time that the striker from Madrid appears on this list. This time not as a sale of Real Madrid from which the crumbs for the training rights arrive. The arrival of Luis Suárez in 2020 closed the door of the reference 9 and the rojiblanco club gave Juventus two years, which paid 35 million to enjoy the services of the Spanish scorer.

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Francisco Montero – 1.25 million euros

The Sevillian defender was a key player in the successes of the Atlético youth team a few years ago. He made his debut with Simeone and gained experience in La Coruña before leaving in 2021 for Besiktas in a loan deal with a purchase option that the Turks used to retain the young Spanish defender.

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