'No doubt' - Luis Díaz drops fresh hint over Liverpool future with Arne Slot prediction

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Luis Díaz insists he is excited for what the future may bring at Liverpool in a fresh hint over his future. The Colombian has enjoyed a fine campaign this term, scoring 13 times in all competitions for the Reds.

Yet there have been doubts over whether he will remain at Anfield past this summer. The Telegraph reported recently that Paris Saint-Germain was considering a move for Díaz, who is on the same contract he signed when he arrived from Porto in 2022.

The French champions will be on the lookout for a replacement for Kylian Mbappé after he announced his plans to leave this summer. And it was claimed that a decision will be made over whether Díaz will stay on and be offered a new deal, or be moved on.

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His father has also admitted it would be a dream for the 27-year-old to play in La Liga, but Díaz has indicated his future lies at Anfield. He was named Liverpool's Player of the Month for April and told the club's official website: "The truth is that I am very happy to be here. Great years are coming for the club, I have no doubt about that.

“You learn more and more to be a professional, to be a better person, to be a good teammate and a good guy. Personally, I will always try to do my best, always try to give 100 per cent, to always stand out on the field, which is what I came [here] to do. I’m always grateful to God for every opportunity.”

It has been reported by The Athletic that Liverpool is planning to sign another wide attacker this summer, amid speculation over the futures of Díaz and Mohamed Salah. Newcastle ace Anthony Gordon is the latest to be linked, with incoming boss Arne Slot known to place real importance on those positions.

Díaz also admitted his delight at the chant that has been recently heard from Liverpool supporters in his honor, adding: "I always wanted to perform well. I always wanted to be one of the best, trying to respect everyone.

"Seeing the fans sing that song, that beautiful song, leaves you something very nice marked for you, to take as a memory. It is something beautiful and special." says: Díaz would command a hefty transfer fee if he was to leave, but you would expect him to feature heavily in Slot's plans for next season. Him and Salah are the only real true wide men among Liverpool's attacking options and has shown this season how important he is. The Colombian may want to move to Spain one day but it shouldn't be happening just yet.