At the moment it seems highly unlikely that Diogo Dalot will remain at AC Milan beyond the end of the current season, a report claims.
Today’s edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport (via PianetaMilan) takes stock of the situation of Dalot, who arrived on a dry loan from Manchester United in the summer window last year. Dalot has been useful to coach Stefano Pioli as he has been able to occupy both full-back roles, but his performances have been inconsistent.
So far he has made 24 appearances in total divided up between Serie A (12), the Europa League (10) and Coppa Italia (2), with 2 goals and 2 assists and a total of 1,733 minutes played. Despite his extensive use, it seems difficult to imagine him staying because the natural back-up to Davide Calabria for the future seems to be Pierre Kalulu.
Not only that, but Manchester United are asking for no less than €20million to sell the Portuguese, so Dalot’s return to the Red Devils is becoming more and more probable day by day.