AC Milan’s chances of making Diogo Dalot’s move from Manchester United permanent continues being a constant topic in the Italian press.

Today it’s Calciomercato who talks about this possibility, claiming the Rossoneri would like a discount to buy the player at the end of the season.

Currently having a loan spell at the Italian side, Dalot has 16 appearances so far, proving to be a useful player on both sides of the pitch.

Now even though Milan haven’t held any contact with anyone at Manchester United, with Ed Woodward the likely candidate for such a phone call, for the purchase, they’ve put that on their ‘to do list’.

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Calciomercato writes that Dalot is out of Ole Gunnar Solksjaer’s plans for the future, since the manager is now looking for an alternative to Aaron Wan-Bissaka.

Still, they claim it won’t be easy to take Dalot from the Red Devils, and use Chris Smalling as an example, since it took months for Roma to get to a deal with the Premier League side.

It’s said Milan won’t ‘go crazy’, and that means they wouldn’t pay more than the £19m spent by Manchester United when signing Dalot from Porto.

Calciomercato adds that Sevilla are also interested in the player, with club director Monchi currently evaluating the signing, but they’d only make an attempt in case Milan fail to get to an agreement with the Red Devils.