Diogo Dalot display for Milan described as ‘disastrous’, his struggles continue

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Diogo Dalot is spending this season on loan at AC Milan. To say he’s producing a real mixed bag would be an understatement…

Not too long ago, we were covering claims which suggested Diogo Dalot was all-but nailed on to join AC Milan on a permanent deal. Seemingly, over the weekend, plenty has changed…

Milan News, translated by Sport Witness, put a completely different spin on Dalot’s time at the San Siro… Apparently, the United loanee put in a ‘disastrous’ performance at the weekend, during Milan’s 2-0 Serie A defeat to Spezia.

His display was described as ‘horrible’, as he was given a four out of ten rating. SW add that Dalot is ‘likely’ to be sent back to the Reds, as opposed to Milan taking the 21-year-old on a permanent deal.

I guess this just goes to show how quickly things can change within football. The good news for Dalot is that he has until the season’s end to turn it around.

What happens now for Dalot?

I’m praying it works out for him in Milan as it feels like a decent fit. I also worry about him coming back to Old Trafford. All that would do is lower his value ahead of what looks to be a permanent move away in the not too distant future.

Let’s face it, he’s not even close to Aaron Wan-Bissaka in terms of ability – or availability for that matter. It’s exactly why Ole Gunnar Solskjaer decided to let him leave on loan and I just don’t see a way back for him here in Manchester.

For now, we’ll just have to be patient and hope Dalot can win back over the Milan faithful pretty quickly…

Do you think Diogo Dalot will stay at Milan permanently? Let us know your thoughts in the comment box below.

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