Italian outfit, AC Milan are reportedly already keen to turn Diogo Dalot's loan deal into a permanent transfer.
The Portugual international joined Ac Milan on a campaign-long loan from the Red Devils before deadline day and is yet to make an outing for the Serie A side due to the international break.
However, Tuttosport claims that Ac Milan are ready to reopen discussions with Manchester United over turning the loan move permanent in January.
Diogo Dalot fell out of favour at Manchester United under Manchester United gaffer Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, making just 1 English Premier League start since May year 2019 before being shipped out on a temporary terms earlier this month.
Manchester United would be open to selling the Portugal Under-21 international if a suitable bid arrives, although they would want to at least gain the £20m they paid to sign him 2 years back.
Diogo Dalot could make his AC Milan debut during this weekend's showdown with Inter Milan, although that match is in doubt due to a covid-19 outbreak in the Inter Milan squad.
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