GdS: Real Madrid playmaker pushing for two-year loan at Milan – obligation to buy possible

By Oliver Fisher -

Brahim Diaz is pushing to stay at Milan beyond the end of the season and he could return on more than just a one-year term, a report claims.

This morning’s edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport (via MilanLive) takes stock of the situation regarding the future of the 21-year-old, confirming that he feels some stability is what his career needs most and Milan is the destination that he is most fond of.

Brahim Diaz has not being able to play much at his favourite club Real Madrid and for that reason he would prefer to play at Milan next season, an environment in which he has found himself to be very happy.

His father and his agent – plus the player himself – would like to obtain at least a two-year loan back to the Rossoneri, perhaps inserting the option of an obligation to buy. It is a formula that would also be good for Milan, and would be convenient from an economic point of view. Soon the parties will meet to define the situation.


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