AC Milan will return with an upgraded offer to loan Man Utd defender Diogo Dalot, according to a report.
The right-back spent last season with the Italian giants to gain more first-team experience.
He played 21 games in Serie A and helped Milan to a phenomenal conclusion Juventus and Naples in second place.
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Milan are desperate to keep Dalot for at least one more campaign and will soon be making a £ 4m to 5m offer to loan him out.
This is after Sky Italiawho say Milan have made a new contact with Man Utd because of the 22-year-old’s situation.
The Rossoneri already submitted a loan offer this summer but were able to get Man Utd’s.
Should Dalot return to Milan for the 2021/22 season, he will come closer to a permanent move to Italy.
The report says that Dalot has made Milan his “priority” as he wants to continue his adventure on the continent.
The defender hopes negotiations between the two clubs go well and an agreement can be reached.
Dalot was originally signed for £ 19.8million in July 2018. He came through Porto’s academy and was supposed to challenge Aaron Wan-Bissaka at right back.
But it is unclear whether he will play under again Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
His place in the squad will be worsened by the arrival of Kieran Trippier should the England international play join from Atletico.
Milan have already strengthened their team with the signings of Olivier Giroud and Brahim Diaz.
Giroud, 34, came on an undisclosed fee after being allowed to leave Chelsea.
He leaves after winning an FA Cup, the Europa League and. and the winner is Champions League while at Stamford Bridge.
About the transfer, Giroud said: “My ambition is to win some trophies.
“That’s why I play soccer. I am a competitor and I always want to win. “
Diaz has meanwhile moved to San Siro on a two-year loan deal from Real Madrid.
He spent time with Man City’s youth team between 2014 and 2018, but left two years ago in search of game time.
The attacking midfielder scored 11 goals in 39 games while on loan to Milan last season.