Real Madrid 'want to keep Brahim Diaz' next season

Real Madrid ‘want to keep Brahim Diaz’ next season and will ‘offer him a new contract’… with the AC Milan loanee keen to return to LaLiga giants after spending THREE YEARS on-loan in Serie A

  • Forward Brahim Diaz dreams of returning to Real Madrid after three years away 
  • AC Milan want to sign him permanently but the decision will be made by Real 
  • Diaz feels valued by Milan and would be happy to stay if dream is not realised 

Real Madrid will offer Brahim Diaz a contract extension and plan to keep him in the squad next season, according to reports. 

The 23-year-old has been on loan at AC Milan since 2020 and the Serie A side are keen to made the deal permanent. 

However, Diaz’s current contract at Real expires in 2025 and they want to extend his stay at the Bernabeu by two years to 2027 according to Relevo.

The Spanish outlet also report that the player dreams of returning to the LaLiga giants and that could happen next season.

With the futures of Luka Modric and Marco Asensio uncertain, there could be a place in the squad for Diaz.    

Brahim Diaz (above) has spent the last three season on loan at Serie A giants AC Milan 

But the 23-year-old reportedly dreams of returning to parent club Real Madrid next season 

Milan will attempt to sign him but the final decision will be made by Real, with the forward happy to stay in Italy as he feels valued. 

Diaz joined Real from Manchester City on 2019 and has scored two goals in 21 appearances for them. 

He has made 105 appearances across all competitions since making the switch to Milan, scoring 16 goals and providing 10 assists in the process. 

Milan are on step away from booking a place in the quarter-finals of the Champions League after beating Tottenham 1-0 at the San Siro thanks to Diaz’s goal. 

Stefan Pioli’s side will seek to continue their resurgence after a poor run of form when they take on Monza on Saturday evening.  

Diaz scored the only goal of the game as Milan beat Tottenham 1-0 in the Champions League 

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