Since Diogo Dalot signed for AC Milan on loan from Manchester United in 2020, the Italian media has been full of rumours on whether the star should stay with I Rossoneri on a permanent deal or not.
This possibility now appears to have come to an end, at least according to what Italian source Calcio Mercato has to say.
The website brings a headline that says ‘Farewell Dalot’, claiming the Italians will not be making any efforts to keep the 22-year-old defender.
The story highlights the great campaign Theo Hernandez has been having for his side and claims that the Portuguese player could not even fight for a place with him.
So Calcio Mercato says Didogo should now be on his way back to Old Trafford, with Milan already going for other targets to replace the player. The full-back has a contract with United running until 2023.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka has a stunning 43 appearances made this year, and it’s unlikely Diogo could compete for his place.
However, in the few matches the Englishman could not feature in, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer had to improvise with the likes of Axel Tuanzebe, Victor Lindelof and Brandon Williams on the right-back.
So in case, the former Porto ace wants to stay with the 20-time English champions, he could perhaps be a back-up option for the position.