Diogo Dalot did well during his loan spell at Milan this past season and, therefore, the latter want to extend his loan. However, reaching an agreement with Man Utd is far from easy, a report claims.
According to Calciomercato.com, the two clubs are not in advanced negotiations as there still is distance between them. Milan have been working on the agreement for several weeks but have failed to convince Man Utd.
Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara would like to bring back Dalot on a loan with an option to buy. The English side, on the other hand, want it to be an obligation to buy worth no less than €18m, but there is also another obstacle.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, the manager of Man Utd, would like to evaluate Dalot during the pre-season before agreeing to a move. In other words, he might want to keep the Portuguese full-back in the end.