Having never gleaned a starting role under Diego Simeone, Brazilian striker Matheus Cunha announced this Friday morning, on his Instagram account, his departure from Atlético de Madrid. With only 10 starts out of 40 matches played with the Colchoneros in La Liga (6 goals and 8 assists), the one who arrived from Hertha BSC for 30 million euros failed to win for the champion Spain 2014. The international with 8 caps should join the Premier League and Wolverhampton, where he will evolve under the orders of Spaniard Julen Lopetegui.
“On loving and feeling loved. This stuff will never change. To feel identified with something, to feel important, to have affection and to be part of a whole family is different. To you, atleticos, thank you from the bottom of my heart. You have fantastic players as athletes and as people. You have fans who make you feel at home, even on the other side of the world. Football is like that, like any other job, there are those who are in charge because at some point they were very important, it has its hierarchies and there are those who make the decisions and then you also have to take your own. My heart will always have a piece of Atleti! You always had my everything, just because I felt you gave me everything. Many thanks, Cunha”can we read on its publication.