Brazil man Diego could move to Spain

March 18, 2008 at 11:16 Leave a comment

diego-bremen.jpgSpeculation is surrounding Brazil midfielder, Diego.

The Werder Bremen player has apparently turned down two offers to move to Italian giants, Juventus. Diego is reportedly waiting for Real Madrid to step in.

The attacking midfielder has a contract with the German club until 2010. But Werder would be willing to let him go for around 20 to 25 million Euros.

The player is in Brazil’s squad versus Sweden in the friendly international on March 26th.

Diego Ribas da Cunha, 23, started his career at Santos were he formed an irresistible partnership with Robinho. He also played for Porto before transferring to Bremen.


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