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Mariano Diaz Transfer News: Leeds United and West Ham United want the Real Madrid outcast

Mariano Diaz Transfer News: According to Fichajes, Mariano Diaz will leave Real Madrid in the summer of 2023, when his contract is up. West Ham United and Leeds United have both shown interest in the 29-year-old.

He will become a free agent when Real Madrid and him are unable to reach an agreement on a new deal. It will be intriguing to see where the 29-year-old ends up, as teams like Leeds United and West Ham United have shown interest in signing him.

Diaz has been a regular member of Real Madrid’s bench throughout the years, and he has only made eight appearances this season. The 29-year-old unquestionably has the skill to see more playing time for Real Madrid. It will be intriguing to see whether he is able to sign up with a team that schedules regular games for him.

Both West Ham United and Leeds United need to strengthen their offence by acquiring more talented players. And the 29-year-old may turn out to be a great free agent acquisition. The former Real Madrid player will be eager to return to the club. The opportunity to play in the Premier League is appealing to him.

Mariano Diaz Transfer News: Mariano Diaz, a striker for Real Madrid, is expected to depart the club at the conclusion of the season, and he has attracted attention from both Leeds United and West Ham United

West Ham may sign the 29-year-old striker to replace Michail Antonio. The veteran forward’s performance has been lacklustre so far this year. If David Moyes is serious about taking the Hammers into European competition, he will need to make a reinforcement.

The Hammers need a striker badly, especially considering the performance of summer addition Gianluca Scamacca. The Hammers have been linked to a number of strikers, including Mateo Retegui. And now Mariano Diaz is a prime suspect.

Patrick Bamford has had ongoing fitness problems with Leeds United. The Real Madrid striker is a potential replacement. It’s possible that taking on no financial risk by acquiring a player of his calibre for free may pay out handsomely.

In the next months, Leeds and West Ham should do maximum effort to finalize the agreement. The 29-year-old Real Madrid attacker is being courted by three teams, including two from the Premier League.

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