Serie A giants AC Milan are reportedly already keen to make Diogo Dalot’s loan spell into a permanent deal after the season ends.
The 21-year-old joined Serie A giants on a season-long loan from the Red Devils the day before deadline day and is yet to make an appearance for the Serie A giants following to the international break.
However, Tuttosport reports that Serie A giants are ready to reopen talks with the 20-times English champions over turning the loan deal permanent in the Winter transfer window.
Dalot fell out of favour at Man Utd under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, making only one Premier League start since May 2019 before being shipped out on a temporary basis earlier this month.
The Red Devils would be open to selling the Portugal U-21 defender if a suitable offer arrives, although they would want to at least recoup the £20m they paid to secure his services for two years ago.
Dalot could make his AC Milan debut during this weekend’s derby with Serie A giants, Inter Milan, although that fixture is in doubt following to a coronavirus outbreak in the Inter Milan squad.
Man Utd are believed to be ready to offload Portuguese defender and could accept offer from AC Milan.