There's little doubt that one of Real Madrid's unexpected heroes this season is Ibrahim Diaz, the 24-year-old player who returned last summer after a three-year loan spell at AC Milan.

Diaz has been utilized as both an attacking midfielder and forward this season, stepping in for Judd Bellingham, Vinicius Junior, and Rodrygo on various occasions.

As such, Real Madrid is not eager to sell him, although they are open to negotiations if a suitable offer is presented.

El Debate newspaper mentioned that a price of €60 million has been set, and such an offer would only be entertained if Ibrahim Diaz himself desires to leave.

While Ibrahim Diaz isn't a guaranteed starter at Real Madrid, his fame may wane next season with the arrivals of Kylian Mbappe and Andre Felipe, and he wouldn't want to remain a bench player indefinitely, so there's a slim chance he might look to depart in the future.

Real Madrid Unveils Asking Price for Ibrahim Diaz