AC Milan are negotiating with Real Madrid to try and keep Brahim Diaz for at least one more season, according to a report.
Calciomercato.it writes how Milan’s desire is to retain Brahim Diaz, but not with a dry loan formula. This time the Rossoneri management want an option to buy but in order to secure that, they may have to include a buy-back in favour of Real Madrid, given they are reluctant to completely lose control of the playmaker.
Relations between the two clubs are excellent and as per the report the negotiations are running smoothly. The operation being discussed is a loan with an option to buy set at €20m, and for the buy-back the figure would be around the €25-27m mark which would allow Milan to receive a small ‘development fee’ of sorts. The parties are working to close the deal in a short time, and today or tomorrow it could all be agreed.
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Would prefer the buyback set at 30, but this makes sense.