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Diogo Dalot's agent Jorge Mendes is reportedly working to plot a move for his client away from Old Trafford. The 23-year-old who has sparked form from being axed by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to being a key player and a starter for Erik ten Hag. Dalot has seen Aaron Wan-Bissaka dropped as the club's first-choice right-back.
The Portugal international right back current deal at United runs until the summer but the club hold the upper hand and could trigger a further year extension. According to reports by Mundo Deportivo, the player's agent Mendes is working on the background for an exit for the Portuguese international.
Mendes is optimistic to make Barça the suitors to his client given the fact that he shares a good relationship with the Catalans. It would be mo surprise if we see the 23-year-old seal a move to Camp Nou next summer.
Dalot has no intentions of becoming a back-up player but a regular starter. He recently admitted that he is not thinking of a new deal yet but his focus is helping the club. Dalot has been included in Portugal's squad for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar
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