Brahim Diaz will reportedly have a big say in his future amid doubts over whether he will return to Real Madrid next summer or remain with AC Milan.
The playmaker arrived from Real Madrid in the summer on a season-long dry loan and he has impressed so far, racking up three goals and one assist in 10 appearances across Serie A and the Europe League, with quite a few of those coming off the bench.
This has led to suggestions that Milan are already thinking about sitting at the negotiating table with Los Blancos to try and discuss a permanent deal for the 21-year-old, with mixed reports on whether they would be willing to sell.
According to DefensaCentral, Brahim has dictated his own conditions to his parent club regarding his possible return: he will head back to base as long as he knows he is guaranteed playing time and therefore will not accept a situation like last season.
If Real were not able to offer him that, the hypothesis of him renewing his loan at Milan for a further year comes into play, but then there is another issue as to whether the Rossoneri would accept that or look for a more long-term solution.