Milan are looking to keep both Brahim Diaz and Diogo Dalot for at least one more season, after what was a successful 2020/21 campaign for them both. This time, the Rossoneri are working to include a buy-out clause in the deals.
According to the latest reports from Sky Italia, as cited by MilanNews, Milan have already made offers for both of them. For Diaz, they put a one-year loan with an option to buy at €20m on the table for Real Madrid to consider.
As for Dalot, the Rossoneri presented a loan offer but it wasn’t received well by Man Utd. It’s not certain if that offer included a buy-out clause, which the report didn’t clarify. Either way, new contacts are expected next week between the parties.
The signing of Dalot wouldn’t affect Milan’s interest in Junior Firpo, who could arrive from Barcelona to reinforce the left-hand side of the defence.