Brahim Diaz

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  1. karen7

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    Girona have made a request to loan Brahim Díaz (17) from City, but Pep Guardiola will only decide after watching Brahim in pre-season. [AS]
     
  2. domalino

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    Normally I'd feel uncomfortable about loaning someone that young, but it's his home country, and the club is half owned by his agent and half owned by us, so seems a pretty safe bet. If it goes well, he could be fast tracked into the team for 18/19.
     
  3. Hungarian blue

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    Think a Maffeo like stuff that he's only loaned in January when things get more serious and there is no more League Cup (maybe the semis and the finals) would be a nice solution too, as he'd able to have few more trainings with the first team under Pep & co. Of course, it'd then depend on the situation of Girona or his development here, but I don't see any harm if hee stays in Manchester for at least half a season.
     
  4. WallyA

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    I reckon if he get's loaned out next season he'll be there for 2 years, don't see us doing 1 year loans and bringing players back directly into first team.

    Unless he happens to have an extraordinary season, which I don't see happening in the first year, he'll defo need time to adjust playing man's football.
     
  5. Alber Fenoll Espejo

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    Higlight Brahim Diaz

     
  6. Nigel De Shlong

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    I see a bit of Aguero in him, think its his dribbling and cutting inside... maybe more of a creative type player than out and out goalscorer.
    Looking forward to watching him in pre-season.

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  7. Mkram23

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    Was it me or was Brahim holding onto the ball a tad long?
     
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    A little bit but I suppose that could be down to wanting to impress in the first-team environment.
     
  9. WallyA

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    He really isn't suited to playing on the wings, but unfortunately, Foden is better at playing the centre, which is Diaz's best position.
     
  10. Andrew___K

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    Disagree, Diaz is at least equal as CM/AM . Unless you're basing this opinion on 1 game vs Utd.
     
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