The tip of Actual Madrid, Mariano Díaz, could leave Actual Madrid this coming winter in the form of a loan, since according to the Daily Mail, the footballer could make a stop at West Ham United, provided that Zidane finishes giving the green light to the operation. The athlete born in Premià de Mar is not counting on the confidence of the French coach, and at 27 years of age, he needs to play regularly to return to the level he demonstrated in France.
This same summer the opportunity came to sign for another Premier League team, West Brom, but it seems that Mariano was not very convinced to sign for a newly promoted to the category. The same happened with Benfica, who was behind the footballer for more than a month to take over his services, but they were always met with the same refusal by not dating to the salary expectations that the athlete wanted.
It was talked about that the Lisbon club even offered a settlement of 2.5 million per season, beyond the more than four that the footballer currently charges in the white team. Some information even indicates that he even asked for up to 5 million euros, double what he was offered and an unattainable sign for Benfica.
To all this, Mariano has not had the luck of face at this start of the season, and so far, he has only been able to play 14 minutes, in the last 4-1 defeat at Mestalla, since they had to intervene for tonsillitis, a setback that left him out of the flapper grounds for several months and it led him to lose up to 8 kg.
Last season he only played 5 ataderas matches and two in the Spanish Super Cup, 84 minutes in total. His goal in El Clásico coming out in the last minute gave him the opportunity to play a few more moments against Betis, Actual Sociedad, Mallorca and Getafe, although less and less minutes in each of them.
The West Ham investigation encourage their forward, as at the moment, Sebastian Haller is not performing at the expected level, and they trust in being able to recover Mariano who marveled with his ability to shoot and his scoring facility at Olympique Lyonnais, where he left with 21 goals in 48 games. Data that led Madrid to pay 22 million to return to have him in their ranks.