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Moroccan national team wants to ‘sign’ Brahim

Morocco’s coach Vahid Halildozic wants the Real Madrid player to decide for the Moroccan team, and is putting pressure on the player’s surroundings to accept the Atlas Lions’ proposal.
The Moroccan national team wants the Real Madrid player Brahim Diaz to defend the Atlas Lions’ shirt. New coach Vahid Halildozic wants the young white pearl in his new project, according to the newspaper Al Akhbar on Thursday. In addition, Nimes’ Yassine Benrahou, who holds a French passport, will be another of the new coach’s targets.

Brahim Diaz has not yet made his debut with the Spanish national team, although he has been counting on the coaches of the youth categories. He started out in the U-17s, moved on to the U-19s and then to the U-21s in 2017 at just 18 years of age. He was in the prelista of De la Fuente for the U21 European Championship that Spain won last summer, but an injury in the ischia prevented him from entering the final list.

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The young white pearl, who dazzled in the quarry of Malaga CF, passed through the Manchester City of Pep Guardiola to end up joining Real Madrid with the poster of one of the next stars of world football.

Initially, Brahim Díaz’s idea is to continue working in order to be eligible for a call-up to the Spanish national team directed by Luis Enríque Martínez.


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