AC Milan want to keep playmaker Brahim Diaz beyond the end of the season having been impressed with his output, a report claims.
The playmaker arrived from Real Madrid on a season-long dry loan last summer, and there is no option to buy included as part of the deal, meaning Milan must negotiate with Los Blancos if they want him to stay beyond June.
The former Manchester City has 1,251 minutes minutes of action with Milan so far, having scored four goals and added three assists. His adaptation has been very fast and Milan are delighted with him to the point that they are considering asking Real Madrid about keeping him.
According to what is being reported by Calciomercato.com, Brahim Diaz could still have a future with the Rossoneri beyond the end of the current campaign.
The report claims that Milan are already planning a meeting with Real Madrid to discuss his possible stay, but whether that would be an extension of his loan or a permanent deal remains to be seen.