Home / football / Real Madrid star Brahim Diaz moves back to Milan on loan Real Madrid star Brahim Diaz moves back to Milan on loan 2 min read Jul 19, 2021 Share : Table Of Content [ Close ]1. Trending2. Milan’s summer transformation continues Milan have announced that they have completed the signing of Brahim Diaz on loan from Real Madrid. The 21-year-old former Manchester City youngster spent the 2020-21 season at San Siro and will return until June 2023. It is reported that the loan fee for Diaz is €3 million. Meanwhile, there is a €22m option in the deal for the Rossoneri to keep the Spain international winger on a permanent basis. Diaz played 39 times for Milan last term, scoring seven goals and laying on a further four, a credible record given that he was frequently a substitute. Trending A statement from Milan reads: “AC Milan is delighted to announce the signing of Brahim Abdelkader Díaz from Real Madrid CF on a temporary basis for two years. The contract ties the football player to the Rossoneri Club until 30 June 2023. Also read : Wer ist Max Aarons? Die Verteidiger Bayern, Barca und Man Utd wollen alle Football Manager 2022 Wonderkids: All die besten jungen Spieler “Brahim, after scoring 7 goals in 39 appearances with AC Milan last season, will continue to be a Rossoneri player, wearing the number 10 jersey.” Milan’s summer transformation continues Brahim Diaz’s return to San Siro means that he is the sixth player to sign on at the club – and the third player to return after a loan. Fikayo Tomori is their priciest summer arrival after a fine six-month loan spell from Chelsea. He set Milan back €30m. Additionally, classy young midfielder Sandro Tonali has joined up on a permanent basis from Brescia, with the 21-year-old costing €7m. Also read : Arsenal 2021-22 Trikot: Neue Heim-, Auswärts-, Ausweich- und Torwarttrikots Chiellini gibt zu, dass Juventus für Ronaldos Abgang bezahlt hat Milan have otherwise looked to France for their recruitment. Goalkeeper Mike Maignan has joined from Ligue 1 champions Lille for around €13m, having kept more cleansheets than any other goalkeeper in Europe’s Big 5 leagues last season, while left-back Fode Ballo-Toure has signed from Monaco. Finally, striker Olivier Giroud has arrived on a free transfer from Chelsea. With a deal for Brahim Diaz in place, Milan’s squad for next season continues to take shape nicely.