BREAKING: Colombian Police Gives 200M Pesos To Whoever Can Tip To Rescue Luis Díaz father—–According to latest report, Colombian police just announced that they are prepared to give 200M pesos as reward to any person who’ll give crucial informations in order to help to rescue Luis Díaz father.
This was made known by the football transfer guru, Fabrizio.
Recall parents of Liverpool forward Luis Díaz were kidnapped in his native Colombia, Colombian President Gustavo Petro said on Saturday.
Díaz’s parents were reportedly kidnapped while they were driving home in northern Colombia. According to authorities, gunmen pulled up to their vehicle on motorbikes before getting in the vehicle and driving them away.
The 26-year-old’s mother, Cilenis Marulanda, was rescued in Barrancas—a municipality in Colombia’s northern La Guajira province. The search for his father, who is still missing, remains ongoing.
The Colombian Football Federation expressed solidarity with the Díaz family in a statement and called on local authorities to act quickly to rescue his father.
Díaz has appeared in 43 international matches for Colombia. He was signed by Liverpool from Portuguese club Porto in January 2022 and has quickly become one of the club’s biggest faces, scoring 14 goals in 58 games for the Premier League side.
Giving update on the latest report, Fabrizio wrote:
🚨🇨🇴 Colombian police just announced that they are prepared to give 200M pesos as reward to any person who’ll give crucial informations in order to help to rescue Luis Díaz father.
There are still no update on his father after his mother was rescued by the police overnight. pic.twitter.com/jgcAQUEQsh
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) October 29, 2023
The Colombian most recently appeared for Liverpool in the club’s 2-0 win over Everton on Oct. 21. It’s unclear if he’ll be available for Sunday’s match against Nottingham Forest.
Díaz also recently played for Colombia in their CONMEBOL qualifiers against Ecuador and Uruguay earlier this month.