• Manchester United is open to selling Diogo Dalot
  • AC Milan may skim the market first before considering a permanent move for Dalot
  • Napoli and Roma are among teams who could make a move for Dalot

Manchester United has a lot of talent on board although some are out on loan.

One of them is Diogo Dalot who is strutting his wares over at AC Milan.

With the summer transfer window approaching, the future of Dalot is up in the air. Since arriving in 2018, the 23-year-old has struggled to establish himself at Old Trafford.

Furthermore, the entry of Aaron Wan-Bissaka from Crystal Palace hints that there may be no place for the Portuguese fullback once his loan spell at San Siro runs out.

Dalot has appeared in 11 games across all competitions during the 2019-20 season and totaled just 577 minutes of football overall.

Now there are rumors that Dalot could end up staying at San Siro permanently. But this is on the premise that I Rossoneri can meet the asking price of Manchester United, which is reportedly around $24 million according to Sky Sports.

When Dalot went to AC Milan, there was no buy option included in the agreement. As of this writing, there is no official word on whether I Rossoneri would be willing to shell out that much for the Portuguese fullback. .

Overall, Dalot has responded well under the watch of Stefano Pioli in Serie A action. But once the season wraps up, it will be interesting if the performance he has had at San Siro would be enough to merit a hefty investment to make his stay with AC Milan permanent.

Diogo Dalot of AC Milan
Diogo Dalot of AC Milan Getty Images | Jonathan Moscrop

Like some clubs, AC Milan is also a bit cautious when it comes to spending a lot on players.

I Rossoneri is reportedly not ready to start negotiations and is more likely to check out other talents in the summer transfer market.

Milan News reports that the chance of Dalot staying in San Siro is possible but only if the price is lowered or reasonable.

If the asking price of Manchester United is too steep, other teams such as Napoli and Roma could explore getting Dalot.

But like AC Milan, these teams will likely want a lower asking fee.