One of Liverpool’s better business decisions in recent years has been the recruitment of Luis Diaz, but the Reds have been informed that he may leave if a particular club approaches them.
The signing of Luis Diaz has been one of Liverpool’s finest acquisitions in recent years, but the Reds have been informed that Diaz may depart if a particular team makes an approach.
The father of Luis Diaz has cautioned Liverpool on the winger’s future, stating that his son’s “dream” is to be a player for Barcelona.
The 26-year-old Diaz, who joined the Reds from Porto in January 2022, quickly won over supporters and established himself as an essential member of Jurgen Klopp’s team. The Colombian international is happy at Anfield, but his father—who just managed to survive a kidnapping that lasted for 12 days—has suggested that Diaz would be tempted to leave for Barcelona, the dominant team in La Liga.
After being freed, father Luis Manuel Diaz told Colombian TV station Win Sports, “The truth is that I know very little about Barcelona at the moment,” as reported by Noticias RCN. It’s true that Luis, who is a huge fan of Barcelona, is itching to go there. I just want to thank Liverpool and Porto for how they welcomed and received him right now.
Luis is an extremely disciplined athlete, which is a blessing. He is also an easy player to like because of his hard work, devotion, modesty, and humility. If Luis signed with Barcelona, who is one of the best teams in the world, there would be no problems.
Even after Diaz scored twice in Colombia’s 2-1 comeback victory over Brazil on Thursday, not many people have brought up the possibility of Diaz leaving Merseyside. The 26-year-old is under contract with the Reds until 2027, and Klopp is a huge fan of his.
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Raul Diaz, a substitute, scored a goal in stoppage time to rescue a 1-1 draw against Luton and vault Liverpool into second place in the Premier League while his father was being held captive. After the game, Klopp remarked, “His desire to be here and score that goal is fantastic, but that’s all.” Only one goal—an emotionally charged, crucially important, and personally meaningful one.
“Whenever he’s on the pitch, he’s always involved in special things,” the Reds manager continued to compliment Diaz. He played a key role in Liverpool and Porto reaching a £37 million deal nearly two years ago. He was obviously dangerous.