Brahim Diaz has insisted he is not thinking much about his future at AC Milan beyond the end of his loan spell and prefers to focus on current events.
The 21-year-old playmaker spent last season on loan at Milan too from Los Blancos, but the deal agreed in summer 2020 did not include any option or obligation to buy, meaning that the two clubs had to go back to the negotiating table this summer to secure his return.
On their official website, the Rossoneri announced the return of Diaz over the summer, stating that they have secured him on a two-year loan. However, the statement didn’t mention if there is a buy-out clause included in the deal.
Brahim Diaz spoke to AS about his choice to return to Milan and his future beyond the summer of 2023 when one presumes he will have a decision to make about the path he wants to go down.
“I came back because Milan are a great team and I immediately felt the affection of the club and its fans. I had a great time there last year and even now I am delighted here,” he said (via MilanNews).
“Future? I don’t think about it, really. I enjoy the present and I am happy, I want to continue helping Milan with goals, assists and above all a lot of work.”
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