Real Madrid sign Brahim Diaz from Manchester City for reported €15m

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The European champions will pay an initial £15.5 million for the Spain Under-21 attacking midfielder with a further £6.5m payable in add-ons depending on the players success at the Bernabeu.

Manchester City's Brahim Diaz, 19, is on the verge of completing a move to Real Madrid which could be worth up to £22m.

It now seems that only Foden, who recently signed an extended deal with his boyhood club, will be a regular for the Premier League champions in the years to come.

City have added a 40% sell-on clause if Real Madrid sell Diaz to Manchester United in the future.

After the medical examination to be held tomorrow, Monday 7 January, the player will be presented at 1:30 pm in the honor box of the Santiago Bernabéu stadium. Sources told ESPN FC that he had grown frustrated at his lack of first-team opportunities.

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City have also negotiated a very interesting clause that impacts Manchester United.

The Spanish under-21 global is set to sign a six-and-a-half-year deal with the La Liga club ahead of completing a move worth £15.5 million, with the potential for a further £6.5m in add-ons.

He moved to the Premier League from Malaga in 2013 but has struggled to establish himself in City's first team, having made just three League Cup starts in this campaign.

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.

Santiago Solari's side are now fifth in La Liga and 10 points behind leaders Barcelona following a 2-0 defeat to Real Sociedad on Sunday.