Diogo Dalot has returned to Manchester United training following his season-long loan spell with AC Milan and also his participation in Euro 2020 with Portugal.

The fullback’s future still needs to be clarified because the Serie A side have an interest in bringing him back to the club this summer.

That’s according to Calciomercato, who add the talks between the Rossoneri and the Red Devils ‘continue’, even if the player has showed up train under the orders of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

It’s claimed the Premier League side have informed Milan about the conditions to allow the defender to leave Old Trafford in the ongoing window.

Manchester United are ready to let Dalot go on a temporary deal, as long as Stefano Pioli’s side pay a loan fee of €3-4m and there’s an ‘obligation to redeem’ the player.

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Milan chiefs Paolo Maldini and Frederic Massara ‘reflect’ on these conditions and ‘prepare a new offer’ to convince United to let go of the Portugal international, which they plan to make this week.

It’ll be interesting to see how this case develops in the coming days and weeks.