GdS: Milan to re-sign Real Madrid man on a dry loan to obtain tax benefits

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan will soon complete the signing of Brahim Diaz from Real Madrid but the deal will be slightly different to the one originally agreed, a report claims.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport (via MilanNews), Brahim Diaz to Milan is a done deal and there is no doubt that the Spanish attacking midfielder will return to the Rossoneri as he managed to convince everyone, from the head coach Stefano Pioli to the management.

Milan will sign Diaz on a dry loan for another year, with no option to buy, but it will allow Milan some tax benefits. Next summer, therefore, the Rossoneri will talk about him again with Real Madrid.

The 21-year-old will soon arrive in the city to begin his second spell with Milan, so Milan’s fourth summer announcement is about to arrive, after those for Mike Maignan from Lille, Fikayo Tomori from Chelsea and Sandro Tonali from Brescia.

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    1. Nonsens… You are one of those fans who think with their hearth but not with their brain. What eliot did was to balace expenses with income by imposing salary cap and youngsters team build. It is italian management who is responsible with the rest: force salary cap, bring old players= lowering overall team value.
      Milan is monitored by UEFA and no other owner could do anything different because their stupid rules FFP.
      So, i blame Maldini, Massara and Pioli not for losing good players but messing with the initial plan of youngsters.. they don’t trust young players and the result is we don’t have an exploding star who they can protect with reapectable salary or sell with huge money

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