From England: Milan ready to explore €17m deal as Solskjaer is happy to sell Man Utd defender

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan are exploring a deal to sign Diogo Dalot on a permanent basis from Manchester United with a figure in mind, a report claims.

Dalot arrived from United on a season-long dry loan and his performances in 2020-21 have fluctuated, though his versatility is something that Stefano Pioli has called upon and it has led to suggestions that the Rossoneri could explore a permanent deal.

As reported by British newspaper The Sun (via MilanNews), Dalot could remain with Milan beyond June as Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara will seek an agreement in the summer for the permanent transfer of the 22-year-old class for about €17m (£15m).

Dalot does not seem to be in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s plans for next season, given that Luke Shaw and Aaron Wan-Bissaka are currently the starting full-backs with Alex Telles and Brandon Williams as their respective deputies. Milan, therefore, will negotiate with Manchester United as soon as the player returns to England in the summer.

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  1. Jaya Pillay says:

    Selling Dalot is a huge mistake. He is a utility defender and will just get better. Now that Brandon Williams wants to leave because Solskjaer doesn’t play him, can’t afford to lose Dalot as well.

    1. Francis says:

      Honestly loosing him will be abig blow and kne that might hunt us next season we know that Aron and his abilities but realky he needs a push and dalot might provide that for him he crosses the ball better than Aron and you can see the same thing that happened with the signing of Alex Telles which helped in bringing out the best in Luke shaw so we might hope that same can happen inthe case of Dalot and Aron

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