Milan asks playmaker for € 20 million on loan for two years from Real



Brahim Diaz finished well last season with Milan, and also performed well with Spain U21 and adults. Therefore, it is not surprising that the Rossoneri want to leave him.

The playmaker was rented out for the season last summer and there was no buyout clause in the deal. According to Gazzetta Dello Sport (via MilanNews), Milan are currently negotiating a loan extension with Real Madrid.

In addition, this time they also want to include a ransom clause. It looks like it will be possible to negotiate a two-year loan with an option in the amount of about 20 million euros. However, the Bernabeu side may decide to push forward a one-year deal with a commitment in return.

Diaz himself has already given his consent to the move, and this greatly helped Milan in the negotiations. Apparently, an agreement with the Spanish side is not far off.

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