AC Milan have made a decision on the future of Brahim Diaz after his struggles in the second half of last season, according to a report.
According to Calciomercato.com, the renewals of Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara will come first and then they already have clear ideas on what to do in the summer market. Renato Sanches will arrive from Lille to replace Franck Kessie and work is underway to sign his team-mate Sven Botman too.
Once these two critical issues of the squad have been resolved, the Rossoneri will go in search of a right winger and a playmaker who has more physicality than Brahim Diaz, with Charles De Ketelaere the favourite.
However, the eventual arrival of the Belgian does not and will not change the future of Brahim Díaz. Maldini, Massara and head coach Stefano Pioli strongly believe in the playmaker so he will remain with the Rossoneri for at least another season, completing the two-year loan.
A decision has now been made after a lot of speculation about a potential early return to Spain, and it will be communicated to the Spaniard’s agents in the coming days.