Real Madrid and AC Milan have reached an agreement over a deal that will see Brahim Diaz move back to the Rossoneri on a two-year loan.
The Spanish winger enjoyed a successful loan spell with the Serie A giants last season, playing 39 games and scored seven goals across all competitions.
The move seems to suit all parties. The player is guaranteed crucial first team experience, particularly at his age, while Milan manage to retain a crucial player from last season at zero cost, particularly given the departure of Hakan Calhanoglu.
Real Madrid, meanwhile, have nothing to lose from the deal as their asset can continue to develop at a high level, and can monitor whether he can eventually slot into the first team one day.