Luis DIAZ: 2022/23

Then maybe don’t read or join a forum at all.

Not sure I’ve posted a lot recently or usually being one of those kind of posters in general.

I’m having a problem with a new player talking about his plans after LFC - is this just a stepping stone for him?

did you actually read the interview? His idols were Ronaldinho and Messi growing up in S.America

Name one S. American footballer who hasn’t wanted to play for Barca/Real at some point in their life.

Would you rather he lie than tell the truth? :face_exhaling:

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I’d say nothing - just like his South American team mates who are here for many years and won everything.

He can dream of what he wants but keep it to himself.

next time you see him, you should tell him that. See what he says.

We’re still considered stepping stone to join Barca? :thinking:

to the latin football community, the Bernabeu and Camp Nou will always be meccas for football. that’s just how it is.

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Diaz is a smashing player. Can’t wait to see him back in a red shirt for hopefully a big second half of the season for us.

Apart from that, nothing much to see here for me. South Americans liking Barcelona and Real Madrid? Of course they do. I’m not bothered in the slightest about that.

He has work to do in a red shirt. He knows that. He is under a long contract and is paid well. There won’t be any issue with his effort for us.

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Jesus, This has hit GR quite hard hasn’t it…doesn’t take much to set some people off the wrong way.

Personally have no issue with what he said, for me the actions on the pitch speak louder and he’s been nothing but a fighter in every game he’s played in.

Not every player has to stay here until they retire, another 3-4 years of him is all we need…we’d have seen the best version of him just like we did Torres Coutinho Can Gini amongst others that have left.

Maybe he wants to play for Sevilla.

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