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BREAKING NEWS: A surprising move has been made by Arsenal, securing the signing of a sidelined Real Madrid player for a substantial fee of €60 million

BREAKING NEWS: A surprising move has been made by Arsenal, securing the signing of a sidelined Real Madrid player for a substantial fee of €60 million

A Premier League team made an unexpected move that resulted in the signing of a sidelined Real Madrid player for a substantial €60 million fee.

Brahim Diaz of Real Madrid is reportedly being considered for a January transfer by Newcastle United, with sources indicating the Premier League team is willing to make a sizable bid of €60 million for the Spanish midfield playerm

Brahim Diaz of Real Madrid is reportedly being considered for a January transfer by Newcastle United, with sources indicating the Premier League team is willing to make a sizable bid of €60 million for the Spanish midfield player.

After a fruitful three-season loan at AC Milan, where his Serie A performances won him praise, Brahim Diaz returned to Real Madrid in the summer.

Despite his initial difficulties getting consistent playing time upon his return, Brahim’s role in Carlo Ancelotti’s plans has grown as a result of injuries in the squad.

He has made 17 appearances this season, totaling 665 minutes on the field while contributing 2 assists and 4 goals.

Given the sizeable sum indicated in the offer, Newcastle United’s purported interest in Brahim Diaz raises the possibility of a notable transfer fee for Real Madrid.

Even though Brahim might not always start when the team is at full strength, Real Madrid might consider the deal if there is a sizable offer.

Developments in this possible transfer could occur during the upcoming January transfer window, with both clubs possibly starting talks based on the stat

ed interest and the suggested fee.

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