GdS: Real Madrid ready to welcome back Brahim Diaz with Milan farewell confirmed

By Oliver Fisher -

Brahim Diaz has played his last game for AC Milan as he will return to Real Madrid after his three years on loan at the club, a report claims.

La Gazzetta dello Sport (via PianetaMilan) are among the sources to confirm that Brahim Díaz will leave Milan and go back to Real Madrid after three seasons with the Rossoneri, having originally joined in the summer of 2020.

This despite the fact that the playmaker was very much appreciated by the Milan head coach Stefano Pioli, who recently said in a press conference on Brahim ‘is a complete player with personality’ and that ‘it is a pleasure to work with him’.

Real Madrid however have decided to bring him back to the Spanish capital, while Florentino Pérez will renew the contract of the former Manchester City man until 30 June 2027 and will include him in the squad on a permanent basis.

Los Blancos see him as the ideal piece to fill the void left by Marco Asensio, who has decided not to extend his deal and will instead join Paris Saint-Germain on a free transfer.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic said farewell on Sunday night but there was no chance for Brahim Díaz to do the same to the fans, even though it was rumoured he could be leaving.

Diaz’s time with Milan will end with 124 games, 18 goals, 15 assists and a Scudetto to his name.

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  1. Finally some good news after a few days of turmoil. I appreciate what Diaz produced in a couple of big games but I could not stand to watch another game of him trying to dribble past 3 defenders only to get pushed to the ground like a hobbit.

  2. “Zlatan Ibrahimovic said farewell on Sunday night but there was no chance for Brahim Díaz to do the same to the fans”

    Why? Diaz is a loanee, who is returning to his parent club.. Most importantly: you can’t put Diaz and Ibra in same bracket..

  3. A player who exemplified work rate and the commitment we ask for on the pitch. He was never consistent and I don’t blame the club for not paying the potential fee, but he was capable of producing good moments and never afraid to put a shift in.

    No doubt this thread will get some comments from keyboard warriors, but don’t pretend he didn’t get you off your seat cheering with the assist for that goal against Napoli in the quarter final.

    Good luck Brahim.

    1. Yup I’d only have good things to say for Brahim. Best of luck for his future errand. And hope he’s able to fulfil his potential.

    2. Good luck to Brahim.
      He was all over the map when it comes to his performances as a Milan player over the last 3 years.
      He was great in some games, he was frustrating at most games , he was poor at some, be was super inconsistent, but the effort was never in question. He always gave a 100% and you could tell that he really loved being a Milan player.
      Hopefully he finds space in Real Madrid where he can succeed in a less physical and a less defensive league where his skill set is more suitable.
      He’ll always be a Milanista

  4. He was a good servant and featured heavily on the decisive stages of our last scudetto campaign. I don’t have any complains or regrets against him.

    Buona fortuna, Brahmin.

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