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Manchester United’s €5m demand for Diogo Dalot deemed excessive by AC Milan – We All Follow United

According to Sempre Milan, AC Milan have deemed the loan fee Manchester United are asking for Diogo Dalot as excessive. That could point the club towards alternatives such as Alvaro Odriozola if no resolution is found. United, for their part, are looking to get €5million as a loan fee for Dalot.

Once seen as a bright young prospect at Porto, Dalot has not developed in the way Manchester United hoped he would. However, it’ is not entirely his fault as United assigned Aaron Wan-Bissaka and the former Crystal Palace man has made the right-back spot his own with some tenacious defending.

Diogo Dalot spent the last season on loan at AC Milan (GETTY Images) Dalot had to go out on loan to AC Milan last season in search of regular football. He went on to feature quite a lot for Milan as they finished second in Serie A and made it deep into the Europa League as well. The Portuguese youngster was used on both flanks to decent effect.

Nonetheless, Dalot could be back on the move again as United want to sign Kieran Trippier. AC Milan have shown some keenness in bringing back the player on loan. However, United are said to be asking for a rather high loan fee of €5million. That is said to have dissuaded Milan and they could now look at alternatives such as Alvaro Odriozola.

AC Milan could revive their attempts to bring back Manchester United star Diogo Dalot for the upcoming 2021/22 campaign. (Photo by Robbie Jay Barratt – AMA/Getty Images) More Manchester United News Robert Pires backs Manchester United signing Raphael Varane to do well alongside Harry MaguireManchester United and PSG still some way apart on Paul Pogba negotiationsManchester United given boost in pursuit of Barcelona ace Ilaix Moriba Given United are looking at Trippier, United are clearly not planning to keep Dalot. They might as well let Dalot leave for AC Milan. For that, they will need to reduce that loan fee because Milan do have alternatives and could move towards them instead of the Portuguese.

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