Diogo Dalot arrived at Milan ahead of the ongoing season, joining from Man Utd on a one-year dry loan. However, he hasn’t impressed that much and it remains to be seen if he will stay at the club.
Due to the lack of time left on the summer window, the Rossoneri didn’t include a buy-out clause in the deal and settled for a dry loan. There has always been talk of a permanent move, but after another negative performance last night, it’s not certain.
As reported by TodoFichajes, Milan aren’t too convinced by Dalot and are already working on alternatives for the right-hand side. Therefore, Sevilla have joined the race and will make a serious attempt to sign the Portuguese youngster.
Man Utd have set an asking price of €25-30m, but the Spanish side are convinced that they can lower the figure and secure the right-back. Julen Lopetegui knows him well from his time at Porto and has given the green light for the move.