Italian outlet Gazzetta dello Sport claims that AC Milan have made up their mind to sign Diogo Dalot permanently.
Having rejected offers from PSG and Everton, Manchester United finalized a season-long loan deal with AC Milan
As confirmed by Fabrizio Romano, Dalot’s loan deal doesn’t offer Milan an option to permanently sign Dalot. [Usually, loan deals include a clause where the buying club could pay a certain fee to make the move permanent.]
Therefore, as the things stand, the Portuguese full-back will return to England after plying his trades for the Rossoneri next summer.
Since joining Milan, Dalot has had already experienced some memorable moments. In his Europa League debut against Sparta Prague, he scored a goal and chipped in an assist. Dalot claims he is happy to play for the Italian side.
As the story from Gazzetta dello Sport illustrates, Milan are intended to sit down with the authorities of the Mancunian club and talk about the possibilities of signing Dalot on a permanent basis following his loan spell at the club.
Dalot, 21, could be a glittering prospect for their future. He looks promising and could follow lead of his fellow former teammates Romelu Lukaku and Chris Smalling and try to make a successful career in Italy.