Premier League giants increase Ben Brereton Diaz’s interest

There are several number of Premier League powerhouses. These are preparing to make a move for Ben Brereton Diaz in January, and Blackburn Rovers must make a big choice about his future.

According to reports, the 23-year-old has informed the club’s management, that he will not be extending his contract when it expires at the end of the current campaign.

Blackburn, who are vying for promotion to the Premier League, must now decide whether they want Brereton Diaz to lead their promotion. However, charge and risk losing him on a free transfer at the end of the season, or whether they would rather cash in on him in January while they can still get a decent price.

The past few weeks have seen a surge of scouts watching Brereton Diaz, who has nine goals in the Championship after scoring 22 last year.

it is said that severalnumber of Premier League clubs have scouted Brereton Diaz, led by Manchester United. Other clubs interested in the defender include Tottenham, West Ham, Aston Villa, Crystal Palace, Brighton, and Wolves.

Meanwhile, Everton, Leeds, and Bournemouth have all been mentioned as long-term admirers. Several other European clubs are also keen on luring Brereton Diaz away from the English Premier League.

Repeated champions in the Europa League Even though they’ve been suffering this season, Sevilla is one of the teams interested in signing him to a pre-contract agreement in January. Other teams including Ajax, Union Berlin, Atalanta, Sassuolo, and Salernitana have also shown interest.

Manager Jon Dahl Tomasson stated, when questioned about Brereton Diaz’s future, “I think the club wants to keep him and of course, we should always try to keep Ben, want to keep him.” Diaz said Tuesday night that he hoped to remain with Blackburn until the end of the season.

As the old adage goes, “Whether there’s an offer that something is very, very high then anything can happen in football,” but before getting our hopes up, let’s see if that offer is coming because it will need a lot of zeros behind it.

90min has been told by sources that a deal worth more than £10 million might convince Rovers to sell in January, despite the potential damage to their promotion campaign.

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