Diogo Dalot is expected to stay as one of Manchester United’s right-back options for the 2021/22 season, rather than go on loan. He has made an impression during pre-season, doing well in training and scoring against Everton.
Sources close to Dalot stressed in June that if any transfer were to materialise, it would happen in late August. Dalot is believed to be pleased with the opportunities he has had and is confident of providing worthy competition for Aaron Wan-Bissaka.
Manchester United are open to keeping Diogo Dalot as they approach the final weeks of the transfer window. United rejected Milan's approach on re-signing Dalot on a season-long loan in June as their preference would be to recruit a midfielder ahead of a full-back.
Manchester United are not accepting less than €4/5m loan fee for Diogo Dalot. No agreement with any club yet. He’s having a great pre-season, Man Utd also considering to keep him.
AC Milan are in talks with Roma to sign Florenzi on loan and buy option.
Manchester United are really happy with Diogo Dalot and he is training well this pre-season. Clubs other than AC Milan are interested in him.
Diogo Dalot expected to be one of two right-backs at Manchester United this season, following Euros and good pre-season.
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