Plenty of Manchester United fans have been reacting to reports of a potential loan exit for Diogo Dalot, something which many of the Old Trafford faithful would like to see.
Sky Sport Italy journalist Fabrizio Romano tweeted (via @FabrizioRomano) that AC Milan want to take the 21-year-old on loan with an option to make that permanent, but United would rather sell him outright. The update was late shared on Twitter by @utdreport.
Dalot, a £19m signing from Porto in 2018, has made 34 appearances for the Red Devils but started only one Premier League game last season and has yet to make an appearance so far this term. He was an unused substitute in the Carabao Cup win over Luton and didn’t make the matchday squad for either of their league matches (as per TransferMarkt).
As things stand, he is currently third in the right-back pecking order behind Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Timothy Fosu-Mensah and could be relying on a prolonged absence for either in order to get a look-in under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Dalot’s cause has not been helped by some lengthy injuries during his time at Old Trafford.
What should Man United do with Dalot?
These United fans on Twitter feel that the club should offload the Portuguese defender, with one supporter feeling that the Red Devils should try and get prolific full-back Theo Hernandez from AC Milan in exchange:
— EJ (@EJ_Brooklyn_Own) September 28, 2020
Let him go pic.twitter.com/bx4Fg2GHec
— §overeign Natcho 🇨🇩🇳🇱 (@KingNatchoIV) September 28, 2020
Finally some movements….
— T.M united🇺🇬 (@Tugum05) September 28, 2020
I’ll miss him but it seems like he’s out of favour by Ole so it’s for the best.
— Charlotte (@CharllGFX) September 28, 2020
And give us Theo Hernandez. Sounds good
— HØRNĒT (@andreas_tirta) September 29, 2020
— Chibueze🇾🇪 (@UtdChibueze) September 28, 2020
I can help move his bags too.
— Burrowzki. (@EmmyBurrowz) September 28, 2020
He’s injury prone. We should take the money and run.
— McSauce (@Saucey7a) September 28, 2020
Man United fans, would you be in favour of loaning out Dalot or does he deserve more of a chance under Solskjaer? Join in the discussion by commenting below!
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