Goal: Brahim Diaz to rejoin from Real Madrid and take the No.10 shirt – the fee Milan will pay

By Oliver Fisher -

Some more details have emerged about the operation that will see Brahim Diaz join AC Milan from Real Madrid.

According to Mario Cortegana of Goal Espana, Real Madrid and Milan have finalised the details for the return of Brahim, who will go out on loan for two seasons this time instead of the season-long dry loan that he arrived on last summer.

However, there will be no option to buy that Milan can exercise contrary to most reports in Italy because Real Madrid never considered the idea of losing control of the 21-year-old, who himself did not consider the idea of permanently joining Milan.

In a follow-up tweet, the journalist adds that the principles of the agreement were reached today and should be finished this afternoon. Tomorrow, Brahim should fly to Italy to complete the move and he will wear the No.10 shirt. Milan will take on his full salary and will pay Madrid an amount that could exceed €3m for the two year loan.


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11 Comments

  1. echi says:

    it’s weird. why they give no 10 to a loan player, and then who would want to buy no 10 milan shirt who himself did not consider the idea of permanently joining Milan???

  2. RF says:

    Please explain this sentence

    …because Real Madrid never considered the idea of losing control of the 21-year-old, who HIMSELF did not consider the idea of permanently joining Milan.

    1. AR says:

      That sentence implied that Brahim Diaz himself didn’t want to join Milan permanently.

    2. ACM1899 says:

      Creative Writing 😉

  3. I am Forzza says:

    In order to fulfill the complete SHAME, Milan did that nonsense and assigned the number 10 to Diaz, who is on loan with all that. Bravo Maldini and other idiots in the club. This gathering in the presidency of Milan looks more like a circus and clowns.

  4. Nelli says:

    If true this seems like an odd deal. I get filling a need but beside that what’s in it for Milan?

  5. Isaiah j kamanda says:

    That is a very good idea.

  6. Rossoneri fan says:

    Win win situation for me.

    Madrid do not the Theo Hernandez experience again, so they will prefer to cash out when the player is fully developed.

    For Milan, we got a top playmaker for 2 years without spending money. Also, the deal can be renegotiated with option to buy for Milan if Diaz did not become a world beater within the season. Odds favour Milan here. It will take more than 2 season for Diaz to reach his full potential in his attacking midfield position.

    Now, Milan can use the funds not invested in Diaz to purchase a credible playmaker to share the CL, League and COPPA responsibilities with Diaz.

    Good job Rossoneri directors.

  7. Kourosh says:

    This whole thing makes me sick. So many things wrong with this wrong with this dead. Number 10 for a player we don’t/won’t own. No option to buy. A player that never considered joining permanently …

  8. Juro says:

    So we are playing Real Madrid and paying Diaz salary to develop their own player and won’t have a chance to sign him if he develops, (thanks to our training) into a star??? And this is a good thing???? LOLOLO Fkn disgrace. What a fkn embarrassment we are becoming

  9. Joe101 says:

    #capitalgains

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