Luis Diaz to Barcelona: Claims made as the player’s father speaks out.

Luis Diaz has had a tough time in the past few days. His father was abducted by the Colombian rebel group. The group demanded ransom for the release of his father. However, with the efforts of police and other officials, Diaz’s father has been freed from the captivity. The Liverpool forward returned to the team after all this scenario. He even came off the bench and scored a late equaliser against Luton Town. Moreover, this equaliser game him immense confidence. Result? The Colombian forward scored twice in his international duty against Brazil. Luis Diaz to Barcelona rumors started after his performance against Brazil. However, Diaz’s father has finally spoken on the rumors and made all the things clear. He said that his son was always a fan of the Catalans and that he admired them.

According to liverpoolecho, the Reds forward’s father spoke about the links between the player and the Spanish giants.

” To be very honest, I don’t have any idea or news regarding Diaz and Barcelona. What I know is that he has always been a fan of Barcelona and it would be his dream to play for the Catalans. What I’m really grateful about is the way he’s received at Liverpool.” – Luis Diaz’s father said.

Luis Diaz to Barcelona: What would happen if the transfer becomes a reality?

Barcelona are currently sitting in the 3rd position in the Spanish league. Xavi’s team has got all what it takes to win the league. However, if Diaz arrives at the Camp Nou, it would be a value addition to the club. The Colombian is fast, can take on multiple defenders at a time and creates runs out of nowhere. Moreover, with Robert Lewandowski as the main striker, Diaz would be able to create more goal scoring chances from the wings for the Catalans. However, it’s just a mere possibility at the moment. Both Liverpool and Luis Diaz are happy being associated with each other and there are no signs of detachment between the club and the player.

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