Real Madrid striker Sergio Díaz has moved to Mexcian side Club America on a loan deal for the next six months.
According to the club in a statement, they have an option to buy the 22-year-old should he impress during his stay there this coming after failing to make an appearance with the Laliga champions.
The Paraguayan international made his professional debut back in 2014 at age 15 and was brought in by Real Madrid two years later in a €5m deal following impressive performances at the 2015 South American Youth Football Championship with the Paraguay U-20s and the 2016 Toulon Tournament with the U-23s.
He had been sent on loan to his childhood club Cerro Porteño but is under contract at Real Madrid until next summer and has yet to make a first-team appearance.
In his first season with Real Madrid Castilla he played 44 games between Segunda B and Youth League, scoring 9 goals and giving 6 assists. The offensive midfielder has 152 official matches at the club level, registering 30 goals and 13 assists.
🦅🇵🇾 Sergio Díaz, Paraguayan striker and former @realmadriden, will #FlyWithUs.— Club América EN (@ClubAmerica_EN) July 29, 2020
Díaz joins Club América on a loan with an option to buy.
Welcome to El Nido, Sergio.
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