Crystal Palace y Everton have joined the race to sign the forward Mariano Diaz, with a valuation of 25 million pounds, from Real Madrid, La Liga champions, according to Sport .
Two months after the La Liga campaign, Mariano has played a total of 14 minutes for Real Madrid, and even Luka Jovic’s continued discomfort has not opened the door for a man whose second stage at the Bernabéu has barely gone as planned. planned.
In 2018, after scoring 21 goals during a stellar season in Lyon, he returned to the Santiago Bernabéu taking home Cristiano Ronaldo’s number seven jersey in the process. The new CR7 certainly wasn’t.
Two years, and only three La Liga starts later, Mariano seems to have finally accepted that his dream in the merengue team is one of the pipe variety, at least he will always have that last gasp at El Clásico.
Everton and Crystal Palace join the bidding
Sport backs recent claims suggesting West Ham United would offer the once-international Dominican international a fresh start in the Premier League, while also including Crystal Palace and Everton in the mix.
At Selhurst Park, Michy Batshuayi has struggled to be loaned out by Chelsea, admitting that his lack of goals is a source of personal annoyance.
Meanwhile, Everton have arguably England’s hottest striker in Dominic Calvert-Lewin, but they lack a reliable backing. Whether Mariano would accept being the eternal substitute again after two years out of the Real Madrid spotlight is another question.
Sport adds that the Royal will still demand a dazzling £ 25 million fee for its academy graduate, who has salaries of £ 70,000 a week.