A Spanish attacker currently on the books of Real Madrid has reportedly decided to switch international to African giants Morocco.
Brahim Diaz, who is currently on loan at AC Milan from Los Blancos, has represented Spain at junior level from Under-17 to Under-21.
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The Milan attacker was then handed a debut for the senior national side in 2021 and even found the back of the net against Lithuania in a friendly.
Journalist Lion Bacco has reported the 23-year-old has now decided to ditch La Roja for the Atlas Lions, who became the first African nation to reach the semi-finals of a FIFA World Cup last year.
A 99,99% @BrahimDiaz11 (Prêt @realmadrid to @acmilan juin 2023) sera présent lors du prochain rassemblement EN Maroc du 20 au 28 mars prochain vs @COLOMBIAFUTBO et un second adversaire sud-américain pic.twitter.com/oLPv3zBdWo— Lino Bacco (@LinoBacco) January 25, 2023
Diaz has not feature for Spain's national side since making his debut, but is eligible to play for Morocco via his parents, who were both born in the country.
The 23-year-old will follow in the footsteps of former Barcelona winger Munir El Haddadi who ditched Spain to represent the Moroccans.
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