Although the January transfer window is yet to come to an end, Milan are already working on potential summer signings. With several dry loans made last summer, talks need to start early to secure them permanently.
Diogo Dalot is one of the players that the Rossoneri signed on loan last summer, reaching an agreement with Man Utd on a dry formula. They tried to insert a buy-out clause, but the lack of time resulted in the other solution.
The Portuguese youngster hasn’t played much on the right-hand side, instead, he has got the chance on the left to alternate with Theo Hernandez. Either way, Milan are impressed thus far and would like to keep him, per The Sun.
In fact, they have already opened talks with Man Utd to discuss a permanent transfer, willing to offer €17m plus bonuses for the 21-year-old. The current salary is around €2m, which is within the Rossoneri’s margins.