Luis Díaz’s father admits to Roma interest: “The Giallorossi hesitated, Liverpool didn’t.”

Liverpool’s latest signing, Luis Díaz, had been linked with a move to the capital earlier in the summer window. However, the Reds ended up securing the services of the ex-Porto winger first for a total of £46 million, beating several European clubs to the chase.

Recently, his father spoke to Bluradio and hinted at Roma’s interest in the 25-year-old attacker.

“There were many suitors for Luis, but he had the dream of signing with Liverpool because they are an elite club.”

“Tottenham wanted him, Roma did too, but they remained behind. They hesitated a lot and let themselves be overtaken by Liverpool. Liverpool were faster, they needed him and they got him.”

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