Barcelona tried to include the Real Madrid striker before hiring Braithwaite

Barcelona tried to include the Real Madrid striker before hiring Braithwaite

FC Barcelona tried to hire Dominican Mariano Diaz, the Real Madrid striker, to replace the injured Luis Suarez.

The Spanish Football Federation has allowed FC Barcelona to contract a new striker, following the injury of Ousmane Dembele, according to la Liga regulations which stipulate that only one new player can be included after the end of the winter transfer market if one of his players suffers an injury more than five months.

Barcelona tried to include Mariano Diaz Real Madrid striker

According to the Spanish newspaper Défensa Central, Barcelona has reached out to Real Madrid to sign striker Mariano Diaz.

The Dominican striker came out of the calculations of his coach Zinedine Zidane, who has included him as a substitute only in the Spanish Super Games, and missed the rest of the season, despite the scoring problem suffered by Real Madrid, did not participate Mariano Diaz.

Real Madrid tolerated Mariano in the last winter transfer market and was ready to hear any offer to join him, and asked Sevilla about the possibility of contracting him, but his large salary "5 million euros" did not impress the Spanish club.

After the end of the winter transfer window and Mariano's stay with Real Madrid, everyone was surprised by a move from Barcelona towards the player, replacing Luis Suarez.

Barça tried to despair and asked Real Madrid to include him, but the royal club did not respond to his Catalan counterpart because he did not want to strengthen the opponent, which prompted Barcelona to pay the penalty clause in the contract of The Dane Martin Braithwaite with Leganés.

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