Official: Real Madrid announce Brahim return
The 23-year-old, who is under contract until 2027, returns to Madrid after spending the last three seasons on loan at AC Milan.
Brahim Díaz is returning to Real Madrid. In an official statement issued at noon today, the club has announced that the Málaga-born forward is on his way back. The 23-year-old has spent the last three seasons on loan at AC Milan although technically, he under contract with Real Madrid until June 2027. Los Blancos will unveil Brahim for a second time at his official presentation at Real Madrid City on Tuesday 13 June 13 at 12:00 hours local time (5 a.m. EDT / 3 a.m. PDT). Immediately following his presentation, he will give a press conference in the presence of the media.
In the three seasons he has been in Serie A, Brahim has played 124 games and scored 18 goals with the Rossoneri. Last season (2021-2022) he plated a part in helping the team lift the Scudetto.
One appearance at senior level for Spain
This will be Brahim’s second spell with Madrid. A youth international in all the lower categories for Spain, he has made just one appearance for the senior side - scoring on his debut in a friendly against Lithuania in June 2021.
He joined Madrid in the 2019 winter transfer window for €17 million after spending five years at Manchester City. During his time at the Etihad, he played 15 games between the Premier League and domestic cups. His first spell at Real Madrid lasted just one season in which he played 21 games, scored two goals and picked up a LaLiga title and a Spanish Super Cup winners’ medal.
The announcement comes just a couple of days after Madrid recovered another former player, Fran García.