- Diaz shares a memorable picture of him working as a ball-boy while Isco was at Malaga
- The 19-year-old recently completed a January move to Real Madrid for a £22million fee
- The former Manchester City midfielder has a €750 million buy-out clause in his contract
New Real Madrid signing Brahim Diaz recalls when he was a ball-boy for Malaga during the days his present teammate Isco was star of club.
And a few years after, the Spain U-21 international will be sharing the same dressing room with his long term admirer at the Bernabeu.
The £22million star from Manchester City posted a picture of himself watching Isco and Santi Carzola celebrate a goal during their spell with Malaga, on his Instagram account in November 2016, captioning it: "I always wanted to be a professional footballer. #tbthursday #ballboy".
The Spaniard joined Man City at the age of 16 and made his debut in the Citizens' League Cup win against Swansea City.
Diaz got a winners medal in City's Premier League successful campaign last season where he played five matches for Pep Guardiola's side.
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The youngster made a total of 15 senior appearances at the Emirates outfit before leaving to join his dream club in Spain.
Diaz signed a contract until 2025, and was officially unveiled at the Bernabeu, where he trained with his new teammates for the first time.
According to Spanish news media outfit AS, Los Blancos have put a whopping €750 million buy-out clause in his contract.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Real Madrid have announced the signing of 19-year-old midfielder Brahim Diaz from Premier League champions Manchester City on a six-year deal.
The player who has only made only 15 appearances for the reigning EPL champions is believed to have cost Los Blancos around £15.5million.
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