Since Diego Simeone's appointment as Atletico Madrid manager four years ago he's worked wonders with a club who would just finish mid-table every season into a team challenging for titles both domestically and in Europe. He won the Europa League and the Copa Del Ray in his first season in charge and he also beat Chelsea to win the UEFA Super Cup the following season.
Since his appointment he's won a cup every season and has also developed a few class players in the last four years like Radamel Falcao, Diego Costa, Koke and Arda Turan. He also got in two players who really made a difference to the club: David Villa and Thibaut Courtois. These two players have been instrumental in the club's success the past season.
With a total of just €72 million spent on his squad he managed to reach the Champions League Finals and win the La Liga in the same season. Since the La Liga is a two horse race every season between Barcelona and Real Madrid no one expected Atletico to be in contention to win it.
With the likes of Neymar and Bale joining Barcelona and Real everyone expected the title fight to be between the two of them. If Diego Simeone had the financial power like these two clubs just imagine how much better his team would have performed.
After the wonderful season he's had with Atletico he has clearly proven he is one of the best upcoming managers in Europe.
He's already conquered Spain and now its time he finds a new challenge. If he decides to leave Atletico this summer it would not be a surprise if a list of top clubs come after him looking for his signature. He needs to find a new club this summer if he really wants to test himself and prove to the world that he is one of the best managers in Europe.
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