According to a recent report by The Daily Mail in England, it would seem that there are a number of Spanish clubs rumoured to be interested in signing an international currently playing in England’s Championship.
It has been claimed that Villarreal, Valencia and Celta Vigo are just three of the La Liga sides to have been named as clubs that are set to check out Blackburn Rovers’ star forward Ben Brereton Diaz in the upcoming international window.
The 23-year-old is set to join the Chile squad and could be involved in the friendly against Morocco that is set to be held in Barcelona on Friday. It is an international game that fans will be able to wager on and those that are interested will want to place their bets using the bonus codes that can be found on apostas-desportivas.org when they do, as these can enhance the overall experience ten-fold.
There will be plenty of interest in him as he is approaching the end of his contract with the English club, meaning the Spanish sides could look to try and offer him a pre-contract agreement in January should they like what they see.
Brereton Diaz had been the subject of interest from Premier League clubs in the latest transfer window, though, with both Fulham and Everton having had offers declined on deadline day and it is understood that Leeds United could be prepared to offer him a deal in the summer if he does decide to leave Ewood Park.
The Chile international has been in fine form once again for Rovers and under Jon Dahl Tomasson, has helped them push for a place in the Premier League this season. His overall tally for the club stands at 36 goals in 84 starts, which is perhaps why it is no real surprise so many clubs are interested.
Villarreal are no strangers to taking players from the English football system or those who have had experience in the league, with the current squad including Arnaut Danjuma (ex-Bournemouth), Juan Foyth (Tottenham), Etienne Capoue (Tottenham and Watford) and Pepe Reina (Liverpool and Aston Villa), as well as manager Unai Emery (Arsenal).
However, whether Brereton Diaz decides to remain in England or try his hand abroad is something that remains to be seen and something that perhaps only time will help answer.
If he continues to perform at an incredibly high standard, then he will likely attract options from the Premier League as he already has, and he may have dreams of playing in the country’s top league, especially after being born in the Midlands.