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Premier League duo Fikayo Tomori and Diogo Dalot are currently on loan at AC Milan. Only one of the pair are set to pursued this summer, according to reports in Italy, and the decision could mean Man Utd miss out on a windfall of cash.
AC Milan’s decision to pursue Chelsea star Fikayo Tomori over Diogo Dalot this summer would deny Manchester United a windfall of cash.
Both Tomori and Dalot are currently on loan with the Serie A side.
However, the Premier League pair have had differing fortunes at the San Siro, and Milan are currently weighing up potential offers for permanent moves.
According to Football Italia, the Rossoneri hierarchy have decided to pursue Chelsea’s Tomori, who has highly impressed so far in Italy.
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The report seems to signal that means this is the end of the road for Dalot with Milan.
And with his asking price expected to be at least £20m, that denies United a windfall of cash they could have ploughed into another deal.
The decision should please Paul Pogba though, as he believes Dalot is good enough to challenge Aaron Wan-Bissaka for his spot in the first-team.
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“He’s done the right thing to go and get games, at a big club as well,” the ex-United star said.
“That will do him the world of good, he played an unfamiliar position tonight on the left-hand side, but even his crossing with his left foot at times was brilliant.
“Defensively, he did everything he had to do. Where does he stand now?
“I think he’ll come back at the end of the season, pre-season will be big for him. It’s time for him to really perform in those pre-season games.
“Put a bit of pressure on Wan-Bissaka because he’s different to Wan-Bissaka.
“We all know what a great defender Wan-Bissaka is, but I think this lad has got more quality going forward, it will just be a decision from the manager to see what he really wants.”
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