Heading into the summer transfer window AC Milan will have to resolve the future of playmaker Brahim Diaz, currently on loan from Real Madrid.
PianetaMilan writes that the management want some reinforcements in attack, which is the priority, together with the purchase of Fikayo Tomori from Chelsea. Then there is Brahim Diaz, who is theoretically destined to return to Spain at the end of the season as his loan is a dry one.
Buying him outright seems to be impossible as Real consider him a talent and are convinced that sooner or later he will explode. He has a €750m release clause in his contract too and negotiating a fee seems to be off the table, however the door might not be shot.
That is because it seems that Brahim is pushing to stay at Milan. The Rossoneri will have to make signings for the forward department including a right winger and possibly a playmaker, given that Hakan Calhanoglu’s future is uncertain.
In the event that Brahim returns to Real Madrid and Calhanoglu does not renew, two players would be needed in that role, but if Hakan did renew that a reserve would still be sought. That is why it is not entirely excluded that Brahim may remain on loan for another year.
The transfer market relations between Milan and Real Madrid are excellent while Stefano Pioli is satisfied with the contribution that Brahim has given to the team and with the characteristics he has. Paolo Maldini also likes the player and Los Blancos are satisfied with his use. In addition, with a possible Champions League, Brahim is likely to stay for another year.