Manchester United are in the market for a new right-back as they seek to bring in a player that can rival Aaron Wan Bissaka for a starting spot in the first team or deputize for the former Crystal Palace man should injury strike or his form dip.
The Old Trafford club have been linked with a move for former Tottenham Hotspurs man Kieran Trippier who recently won the La Liga with Atletico Madrid but the fans feel they already have a solution at their club.
According to the united faithfuls, the club could do better and bring back their promising right-back Diogo Dalot who featured for Portugal against Belgium in the knockouts and his display for his side was impressive.
Dalot spend last season on loan with Italian Serie A side AC Milan and the united fan base feel the right-back could be the man to get the best out of Bissaka next season and they should invest their transfer kitty on other positions.
Statman Dave: Man's better than Trippier Tripiya or whatever they call him.
Agent Steeze: Make him more valuable so we can sell and buy a CDM. Would have loved Jones leaving, but he's valueless.
United Cloud: clean and composed throughout.
Mark Lee: Get Him Back Asap.
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