Griezmann buys Lukaku for Arsenal on Football Manager… and wins the Champions League!

The 25-year-old Atletico Madrid forward took Arsene Wenger's job on the management simulation and reveals he won Europe's elite club competition, as well as the Premier League

Antoine Griezmann is at it again!

The Atletico Madrid forward has attracted attention for his Football Manager sessions at Euro 2016 and he has been seen playing the management simulation once more, this time taking charge of Arsenal.

And one of the big decisions the 25-year-old made after replacing Arsene Wenger was to bring in Everton striker Romelu Lukaku, seemingly putting him in to the starting XI ahead of France team-mate Olivier Giroud!

Speaking on the video clip, which you can view below, Griezmann reveals in French that he won the Premier League and Champions League while in charge of the Gunners: "It's hard to be a manager. I'm Arsenal [on the game].

"I was with Marseille but there was no money for transfers. It was the same problem with Lyon. So I took on Arsenal, replacing Wenger. I won the league and Champions League!"

It's not the first time Griezmann has been seen playing Football Manager while on international duty, with the Atletico star having been seen browsing the Chelsea squad screen while managing Lyon.