After his father's release, Luis Diaz made a strong comeback, scoring a crucial goal against Luton. He then played for Colombia in the 2026 World Cup qualifiers, putting on an impressive performance against Brazil. His standout performances have reportedly attracted interest from Barcelona. When asked about the transfer rumors, Luis Diaz's father confirmed that his son has always been a fan of the Catalan giants.
"So far I would like to thank Porto and Liverpool for the way they welcomed him and received him. Luis is a player who finds it easy to win over because of the way he is, because of his humility, his work, his dedication, he is a very disciplined player, thank God.
"There would be no problem if Luis came to Barcelona because it is a top team and one of the best in the world."
Given that Diaz's contract extends until the summer of 2027, Liverpool is likely to ask for a substantial transfer fee. However, this might pose a challenge for Barcelona, considering their current financial struggles.
Since becoming part of Jurgen Klopp's team in January 2022, Diaz has showcased his skills, scoring 15 goals and providing nine assists in 61 competitive matches.