AS: Real Madrid playmaker happy to rejoin Milan but does not want option to buy included

By Oliver Fisher -

Both Real Madrid and Brahim Diaz want a potential move back to Milan to be a simple dry loan, according to a report from Spain.

According to Diario AS, Brahim is clear about his future: next season he will play for Real Madrid or Milan and he is not considering other options. He will either stay and fight for a spot with Los Blancos, or spend another year on loan with the Rossoneri even many teams have enquired.

His priority and his dream is to play for Real Madrid, but if that is not possible next season then he would be happy to have another spell in Italy, but it all depends on how talks with Carlo Ancelotti go and the sales that take place this summer.

He is very excited about Milan’s project because they will be in the Champions League and he feels that the team is prepared even to fight for the Scudetto, but if he moves back to Milan both he and Real Madrid want a dry loan with no option to buy, despite the Rossoneri’s insistence to include one.


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13 Comments

  1. VladaSWG says:

    Why would we invest in aplayer that doesn’t have a future in the club? We can find a young trequartista that would actually be happy to tie and build his future in Milan. As much as I like the guy, he is obviously a Real Madrid player and will never be truly happy at Milan.

    1. qwerty says:

      Agreed. Forget about this guy already.

    2. Rossoneri fan says:

      We don’t need another Donnaruma in the form of Brahmin Diaz.

      We only need players that will choose Milan above any other club. Milan success in that is due to this foundation.

      If what is written is true then I think it is high time Milan should part ways with Diaz.

  2. abanjo2003 says:

    If he is just using as a landing base to rocket his career at Madrid then what’s the point of the money spent on him. Let him go then. I like him but let him go. No point in wasting money. players should love the badge and that’s it.

  3. Rimp says:

    if this is true, I find it strange. If he felt that way, why would he go out and say it? that only undermines his whole strategy because why would Milan invest in him if his stay at Milan is predicated on the fact that he will return to Madrid.

  4. Rimp says:

    This guys was not even a starter last season, and now he thinks he is a Galactico? C’mon!

    Piolis Milan is built on foundation of strong character and a solid bond within the team. I think this summer will weed out the players that don’t have a strong committment to the team (Hakan, Donnarumma, Diaz, Romagnoli) And if you guys think about it, the players that by and large failed in losing games like, Spezia, Cagliari, Sassuolo where these guys (except for Donnarumma)…. so let them go.

  5. Rodger says:

    Sorry, I call bull – that doesn’t make any sense – an option to buy doesn’t obligate him to move or agree a contract with Milan, so why would he care?

    1. Rimp says:

      Rodger – you are absolutely correct. Makes no sense, he would only hurt his own chances.

  6. Kourosh says:

    So you want to come but you don’t want to stay? Thanks but no thanks.

    We ain’t your goddamn ladder. Good luck in Madrid kid.

  7. aevarez says:

    As I see it. Brahim Diaz and AC Milan interests align even it is only one more year on loan. We get a quality backup Attacking Midfielder for free and if his wages are similar to last loan, they would be minimal. If he really breaks through with us, it will increase his chances at Real Madrid but if he sucks, he can probably kiss his dream at R Madrid bye. A win win situation in my books. We can then allocate funds on the positions that really matter and look into second/backup AMC next year

  8. Basten says:

    I don’t know how true is the news. But if so, Milan management are not thinking right to give Diaz another spell and energy at Milan.
    Milan should not get him because it’s free loan, they should invest in a player who want to player for the club. Diaz is not the best in his position in the market; but trying to build himself with Milan and go back to Madrid. It’s not great improving someone else player while you have your own on the beach.

    Why can’t Milan management and Pioli think about building the Team around our own players, not too much on loan players. I also feels unhappy seeing Hauges has less minutes on the pitch, tho we have 2 other options in the same position (Rebic and Leao) and believe Rebic can play both left and right wing(not the best option).

    Both Vlasic or Illicic are much experienced in Diaz position, tho Diaz is not good on wingside. Illicic is an option too who can play both attacking midfielder and right wing and he knows how to read the game better and cause problems for opponent defence, probably Alexis Saelemaekers could learn from him and that’s the only thing he’s lacking.

    I don’t think it’s good to have Diaz in the Team next season.

  9. Jeremy says:

    Just let him go and keep Hauge who actually wants to play with us nd has the potential!

  10. JOHN THE BAPTIST says:

    Well, if this is true, then we can take advantage of him, because I will see a determined player to establish his worth as he will have a lot to prove.
    At this point personally I may not be too critical of him, what Milan needs right now are players who are ready to die on the pitch, regardless of what their motivation is, it is better to have a fighter who is trying to prove his worth to Madrid than to have a pure talent who we signed for €35m lazy around the pitch.
    If Diaz wants to fight for Milan for a year, he is welcome, after that everyone moves on, we are in a building phase, and we have to be very strategic in order to get the desired results, if we can make top 4 again next season, we will look better, and attract better players, it takes time, but with a right strategy, it may look easier.

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