Brahim Diaz vows to give all after ‘dream’ Real Madrid move

Posted January 08, 2019

Spanish midfielder Brahim Diaz has left Manchester City for £15 million, returning to Spain with Real Madrid.

The 19-year-old is expected in the Spanish capital this weekend with the two clubs finalising the details on a move which will see Madrid pay around €15 million for a player who is out of contract at the end of the season.

The midfielder has signed a six-and-a-half year deal that will run through 2025. A woman told the paper that the unidentified...

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"We will continue to build a Real Madrid ready to thrill Real Madrid fan in the present and in the future".

The Spanish youth global came through City's youth academy and has made 15 first-team appearances for the English side. It was impossible to go anywhere else.

The player, who will wear the No. 21 shirt then spoke stating: "I'm arriving at the club I dreamed of playing as a boy".

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Back in the noughties, Real Madrid was a club that issued its intent to rival clubs across Europe by acquiring services of world's best players for world-record money.

Madrid president Florentino Perez unveiled Brahim at a special event today and the youngster said he never had any doubt which club he wanted to join after quitting the Etihad.

Brahim has made just four appearances for City this season - three in the Carabao Cup and one in the Community Shield - and hasn't been named on the bench for a Premier League fixture. The England under-21 worldwide has yet to start a Premier League game but sources say he is viewed as the successor to David Silva with Pep Guardiola determined to make him a first-team regular.

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