Real Madrid to provide a new contract to Brahim Diaz

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Real Madrid is reportedly preparing to give Brahim Diaz a chance to establish himself in the first team next season, as per a report from ABC (via Madrid Xtra). Currently on a two-year loan at AC Milan, Diaz has registered 16 goals and 10 assists in 109 competitive games. He established himself as a reliable player for the Rossoneri after his stint at Manchester City.

AC Milan is showing interest in signing Diaz on a permanent deal after the end of his loan spell. But at a lower fee than the agreed €22 million price as part of the loan agreement. It seems that Real Madrid values him greatly. They are ready to include him in their first-team plans for the upcoming season.

Real Madrid intends to start incorporating Brahim Diaz into their team after renewing his contract and extending it until 2027 while also increasing his salary. However, Diaz’s current contract with the club is set to expire in 2025.

Why are Real Madrid suddenly showing interest in Brahim Diaz?

Real Madrid’s decision to include Diaz in their team was influenced from positive feedback from Paolo Maldini and Stefano Pioli, who were impressed by his progress in Milan. The coaching staff at Real Madrid was also impressed with his growth.

Real Madrid views him as a potential candidate for the right-wing position. Meanwhile, the club hopes he can provide depth and has the potential to become a regular first-team player.

However, Real Madrid’s decision to incorporate Diaz into the team is coming from the uncertainty surrounding the future of Marco Asensio. While Asensio is in talks with the club over a contract renewal, several top European clubs are courting him. They promise him to provide more game time.

With Brahim Diaz in the mix, it will be intriguing to observe whether he can prosper at Bernabeu.

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