Manchester City’s Spanish midfielder, Brahim Diaz, has completed his move to Real Madrid after passing his medical for a six-and-a-half-year contract which ends 2025.
Diaz, 19, who joined Manchester City from Spain’s Malaga at 14, completed his move to the Spanish club on Monday after his medicals.
The former Real Madrid player only tasted action four times this season for the Spanish giant.
To prevent other suitors, Real Madrid paid a transfer fee of £15 million to Manchester City for the Spanish teen services.
He completed his move barely 24 hours after Real Madrid lost 2-0 to Real Sociedad at his home, Santiago Bernabeu Stadium, and dropped to fifth place with 30 points on Spanish La Liga standing.
The Spanish team’s status was further worsen after Barcelona defeated Getafe 2-1, staying stronger on top of the league with 40 points.