AC Milan are looking to try and perhaps do a double deal with Real Madrid while they enter talks over Brahim Diaz, according to a report.
Reports from various sources have claimed that Milan could open talks with Real Madrid about extending Brahim’s stay at San Siro beyond next June, and that seems to have now been confirmed.
Massara spoke DAZN before Sunday afternoon’s game at San Siro against Fiorentina and revealed his intention to ‘sit down’ with Real Madrid.
According to what is being reported by Spanish outlet DonBalon, Milan do want to try and sign the 21-year-old permanently and it is an option that the player himself is keen on because the Rossoneri have a stable and attractive project.
His dream would be to return to Real Madrid at some point but he knows he has no place there at the moment, so he has ‘practically decided to stay in Italy’, if an agreement can be reached between the clubs.
Los Blancos are currently asking for €30m to sell the former Manchester City man, but they plan to sit down at the negotiating table to try to incorporate another player: Álvaro Odriozola.
The right-back is struggling for playing time at the Santiago Bernabéu after a good experience at Bayern Munich last year, and the Rossoneri are keen on signing him on loan, a report claims.