Top 10 greatest Atletico Madrid players of all time

Top 10 greatest Atletico Madrid players of all time
Top 10 greatest Atletico Madrid players of all time

Here are some of the greatest Atletico Madrid players of all time

Atlético Madrid have established themselves as a Spanish powerhouse over the past 50 years. Let’s see the top 10 greatest ATM players of all time.

Top 10 greatest Atletico Madrid players of all time:

Fernando Torres – Torres netted 91 goals in 244 games for Atletico before he decided to test new waters in the Premier League. He returned to Atletico in 2014 where he’s earned an additional 160 caps and scored 38 more goals. Torres also helped lead the side to its third Europa League trophy in 2018.

Koke – Koke is the highest serving Atlético player in history. His ten-year tenure has seen a string of trophies come his way include two Europa League titles, a La Liga and a Copa del Rey, two UEFA Super Cups, and runner-up in two Champions League competitions.

Diego Godin – Godin earned 357 caps with the club. He scored 23 times, and helping the squad win La Liga, a Spanish Cup and the Europa League twice.

Gabi – Gabi helped Atletico win the Europa League twice, the Spanish League once, along with a Copa del Rey and Spanish Super Cup. He made 413 appearances in total for Los Rojiblancos and embedded himself into club history.

Diego Forlan – Forlan earned 196 caps with Atlético Madrid and netted 96 times. He scored the all-important goals in 2008 and 2009 that qualified Atleti for back to back Champions League appearances.

Antoine Griezmann – Winner of the 2018 Europa League, Griezmann saw him nominated for the Ballon d’Or award in 2016. The Frenchman scored 114 goals in 217 appearances for the club. 

Juanfran – Juanfran left the Madrid side having played 355 games during his eight years playing for the club.

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Sergio Aguero – Aguero signed with Atletico at the age of 18, playing 234 games across competitions and scoring 101 times. The Argentine helped the club win the Europa League and UEFA Super Cup in 2010.

Diego Simeone – Before managing Atletico, Simeone first made his name for them as a tough-tackling, combative midfielder. He won a couple of Europa League trophies.

Thibaut Courtois – Courtois helped Atletico to win the Europa League, the League Cup the, and La Liga. He is one of the best goalkeepers in football history.