Luis Diaz’s contract will expire in the summer of 2027.
Luis Diaz father gave a hint on his son’s potential move to Barcelona and discussed the future beyond Liverpool. He has addressed rumours linking the Reds forward with a move to Catalan giants.
The Liverpool star faced personal issues in the past two weeks after his parents were kidnapped by a National Liberation Army. Diaz’s mother was released within hours, his father continued to be held by the kidnappers, before being released after 12 days.
The 26-year-old missed games against Nottingham Forest and Bournemouth in the Premier League and EFL Cup respectively. He joined the squad against Lutin and came off the bench to score the equaliser.
Diaz recently played a big role in a win over Brazil, scoring a quickfire brace to help his country come from behind to claim a 2-1 victory.
His father was asked regarding the future of Luis Diaz, he admitted his son has always been a supporter of Barcelona. He said to Win Sports, “[The] truth is that I know very little about Barcelona at the moment. It is true that Luis is a loyal Barcelona fan and it would be his dream to go there.
“So far I would like to thank Porto and Liverpool for the way they welcomed him and received him. Luis is a player who finds it easy to win over because of the way he is, because of his humility, his work, his dedication, he is a very disciplined player, thank God.
“There would be no problem if Luis came to Barcelona because it is a top team and one of the best in the world.”
Diaz’s contract will expire in the summer of 2027. He joined the Reds in January last year and scored 15 goals so far.
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