The crucial Champions League goal against Tottenham at the San Siro a couple of days ago has brought to light an old transfer issue that concerns the future of Brahim Diaz, writes Antonio Vitiello of Milan News.
The Spaniard has become an important player for Milan over the past three years and has integrated well into the dressing room, prompting the management to want to keep him. A meeting between Milan and Real Madrid is scheduled to take place in the coming days to discuss his future, as a fresh round of negotiations commences between Maldini, Massara and the Blancos.
While the negotiations will start from scratch, they will need to take into account Real Madrid’s desire to hold onto Diaz. The Spanish club is beginning to speculate about extending his contract until 2027, and evaluations of their strategies for the next season are underway. Much will depend on which players will leave Real Madrid this summer, creating space for Diaz’s reintroduction into the Spanish team.
Ultimately, the final decision will rest with the Madrid club, but Milan’s intentions are clear: to try to acquire the Spaniard permanently at the best possible pricetag. With the two clubs having an excellent relationship, the future of Diaz will be discussed in a few days.
Brahim Diaz, 23, has netted 5 goals and provided 2 assists to his teammates so far this season after 26 appearances, playing an overall of 1408 across all competitions.
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