Real Madrid have put a £13.2 million price tag on Tottenham target Mariano Diaz, according to reports in Spain.

Spurs are apparently keen on signing the striker, who made 14 appearances in all competitions for Real Madrid last season.

The 23-year-old Dominican Republic international scored five goals in total last term and is keen to leave the Bernabeu this summer after finding first-team chances hard to come by.

Spanish publication Marca claims Madrid want £15 million for the striker. The club also wants to include a buy-back clause in any deal that sees him leave.

You can watch a couple of Diaz goals below.



  1. Not sure we want a third or fourth choice player from Real Madrid or anywhere else.
    We struggle with getting the best out of other clubs’ 1st choice players eg. Njye, NKoudou,
    Sissoko and Jannsen, so we certainly don’t want ‘rejects’ from the top clubs. By all means we should carry on picking up players with potential, and developing our youth squad, but for now, and
    as a team supposedly seriously challenging for PL domination, as well as other trophies, with this
    fantastic squad, we need the highest calibre slot-ins that will seriously add to our strength and not
    waste this wonderful time for the club and its fans. We might not even need more than a couple of seriously top players, or maybe none at all. Jannsen (alone out of those four) could hit the heights this season, while Winks, Son and Lamela (especially Lamela) could well recover quickly to make a claim. Rose, on recovery, will compete with an improved Davies, while Trippier and Walker can alternate too. And on that, we should not let Walker go, especially with all the games next season plus a large Wembley pitch. Trippier is excellent but he needs that competition from Walker. We are the envy of not just England, but also Europe, in having four high class international full backs …but we’ll need them and the rest and best of our squad to be up for the daunting but exciting challenge next season!!


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