Diogo Dalot’s future has been a regular topic of discussion in the Italian media in recent times as there’s no clarity over where he will play next season.
The Manchester United fullback is currently on a loan deal at AC Milan and the Serie A side don’t have an option to make his transfer permanent.
Stefano Pioli has used the 21-year-old in Europa League fixtures, giving Dalot only four starts in the league.
Two days ago, we carried a report from Calciomercato, who explained Sevilla are interested in the Red Devils owned player.
On Wednesday, Milan Live reported the Portugal U21 international ‘hasn’t fully’ convinced the Rossoneri.
Il Milanista, another website focusing on the Italian club, have a report on players currently on loan at the San Siro.
They state Milan chiefs Frederic Massara and Paolo Maldini have started to reflect on which players they wish to retain beyond this term.
It’s claimed the Milan management are very fond of Dalot and ‘in the coming days’, they will ‘start to negotiate’ with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side for his transfer.
There’s even a talk of a ‘possible agreement close to €17m’, but to date, the Italian side haven’t tabled an official offer.
It’s to be noted that Il Milanista’s report contradicts claims made by Milan Live yesterday.