AC Milan will include anti-United transfer clause in deal to sign Brahim Diaz

AC Milan are keen to include a transfer agreement which won’t allow Brahim Diaz to join Manchester United, according to reports.

Man City included the clause when they sold Diaz to Real Madrid last season, which shows a bit of paranoia on their part, to ensure the youngster never ended up coming back to haunt them.

Chiefs at City must be watching Sky Sports News from behind their sofas whenever a Jadon Sancho report appears… not there has been many because we still don’t seem close to signing the Borussia Dortmund, despite constant speculation earlier this summer.

Calciomercato suggest AC Milan are prepared to sign Diaz and honour the clause demanded by City.

Risky politics from the Italians because if they are going to pull this trick now, I certainly wouldn’t bother dealing with them whenever they show an interest in our players again.

Moreover, it’s a bit bizarre that Diaz, a young footballer who has already dipped into the transfer market, would rule out the prospect of joining one of the world’s biggest clubs. Who on earth is advising him?

Unless it’s a player who is sat on the wage book and doing nothing else.

United still have too many players guilty of that. And I’m sure it’s something Solskjaer is keen to address. You can’t have passengers if your objective is to win the Premier League.

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