Much like the Chris Smalling saga that spanned the vast majority of the 2020-21 season, Manchester United’s Diogo Dalot has seen his future speculated on a huge amount this campaign.

On loan at Milan, the right-back has served his purpose for Stefano Pioli’s side thanks to his versatility, and now comes the decision of what happens next.

No purchase clause was agreed during when the initial deal was struck between the two sides, but reports are now emerging from Italy the Serie A side wouldn’t mind keeping Dalot.

We covered one from MilanNews24 on Tuesday, and Calciomercato bring their own information to the table on Wednesday.

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Through a video on their website, they explain that Dalot ‘wouldn’t mind staying’ at Milan, who would want to ‘renew the loan’.

Manchester United, down their end, don’t consider the Portuguese ‘unsellable’, and value him at around €18m, or €15m with some bonuses sprinkled on top.

Either way, the bottom line is, Milan want to keep him and United aren’t against him  leaving either temporarily again or definitively.