- Portuguese star Diogo Dalot is wanted by AC Milan on a permanent basis
- Manchester United chiefs are yet to make any decision on the future of the player
- Dalot has been impressive so far this season for AC Milan in the Serie A
Following his impressive loan spell at Italian giants AC Milan, Diogo Dalot has now emerged as permanent transfer target for the club who don't want him to return to Manchester United.
So far this season in Italy, Diogo Dalot has played 16 games for AC Milan in the Serie A and the club are also topping the table this term.
According to the report on UK Sun, AC Milan chiefs have contacted the Old Trafford landlords for the possibility of them signing Diogo Dalot in the coming summer.
The report added that Manchester United are yet to make their final decision on the future of Diogo Dalot as they are still monitoring his future at AC Milan.
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Before leaving Manchester United for AC Milan on loan, Diogo Dalot managed to play 20 games for the Red Devils and was unable to score any goal.
Manchester United are currently occupying second position on the Premier League table with 40 points after 20 games played so far.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Manchester United who are Premier League giants confirmed the departure of Englishman Jesse Lingard who has joined West Ham United on loan for the remainder of the League term.
Lack of active playing time forced Jesse Lingard out of Manchester United and he is now expected to have a reunion with former coach at Old Trafford David Moyes.
West Ham United are currently occupying fifth position on the Premier League table with 35 points after 20 games and Jesse Lingard will want to help the team soar this season.
His move to West Ham United will also give him the chance to impress in a bid to regain a place in Gareth Southgate's England squad for the European Championship finals in the summer.
Jesse Lingard has played only three games for Manchester United this term in Cup games and joining West Ham United will give him the chance to start playing active Premier League ties.
The Red Devils' last defeat in the Premier League took them away from the first position as Manchester City are now occupying first position on the topflight table.