Griezmann has a choice over whether he will remain with Atletico Madrid, who are desperate to keep him, or make the switch to La Liga rivals Barcelona in a €100m transfer.
While Manchester United have been linked with Griezmann previously, Deschamps said the forward was staying in Spain.
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The video was also shown to a wider audience at the start of Tuesday's press conference before making the rounds on social media. In April, Kim and South Korean President Moon Jae-in had held a historic summit to bring lasting peace in the Korean Peninsula.
Messi is still in search of his first World Cup triumph, and where Argentina finish this summer may determine his future with the national team.
"I'm sorry for the wait, but today is not the day".
"I think Cristiano stays at Real Madrid and Antoine Griezmann stays at Atletico", he told Onda Cero .
They claim that Griezmann has made a decision to join Barcelona.
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The hostages are being held in the internal courtyard of the building, which contains a mix of offices and residential apartments. The hostage-taker also claimed he had an accomplice outside the building with a bomb, according to Lefebvre.
But why didn't he reveal that at his press conference?
Well, he couldn't say anything about Barca because of the release clause that reduces the fee they can sign him for doesn't come into effect until July 1.
"If the club sign him, brilliant".
Griezmann has been dedicating a lot of time to his decision, and reports claim that he's turned to French teammates while preparing for the World Cup for advice.
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