Sky: Brahim Diaz to join on dry loan – Milan and Real Madrid to discuss permanent deal later

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan have agreed a loan deal with Real Madrid for Brahim Diaz, a report claims, with a possible permanent transfer to be discussed later.

After the renewal of Ibrahimovic and the closure of the Tonali operation, the Rossoneri management moved swiftly to secure the exciting young forward, who can play either as an attacking midfielder or as a winger.

According to Gianluca Di Marzio of Sky Italia, the player will arrive at Milan initially on a simple dry loan, but the parties will resume talks at a later date for the possible permanent deal. He adds that the player will be in Italy in the next few hours.

Meanwhile, Manuele Baiocchini of Sky claims that – considering the good relations between clubs – Milan will have no problem in signing Brahim on a permanent deal next summer should they wish to, something which is of course reassuring to Rossoneri supporters.

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3 Comments

  1. Kourosh says:

    Are you kidding me? Yeah sure if there would be no problems there shouldn’t be one now. A club like Milan must never sign youngsters on dry loans. Embarrassing.

  2. Juro King says:

    Horrible if this is only a dry loan. Why develop players for other clubs? Rather buy a young player we OWN outright and give him the playing time. Yes we have good relations with Madrid. However, without an option to buy now we are resolved to overpay next summer If Diaz does well. We are taking the gamble on him, giving him Crucial playing time and spending our resources teaching and training this kid – only to lose him for nothing next year or have to pay huge amount $$$ to keep him after WE already paid for his development??? Stupid. Madrid aren’t dumb, they will not simply give him to use for cheap (18M) if he has a great season. This shows Maldini’s lack of experience. Go sign Szobozlai instead who wanted to come and is a future star who we could OWN. Horrible Paolo.

  3. Milan boy says:

    This is pure rubbish, Malden I will loose my respect if he ever takes this guy in dry loan, he is not even that good, he is over hyped, we can get miranchuk or szoboslai who are also good, I just don’t like this deal

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