According to Italy based media outlet Tuttosport, Manchester United fullback Matteo Darmian’s worth has dropped around 50% since he signed for the Red Devils.
Tuttosport compiled a list of 25 targets linked with Serie A champions Juventus. According to them, Matteo Darmian, who features on the list, has lost 50% of his value since joining Manchester United.
Darmian began his career with Italian giants AC Milan, making his Serie A debut at age 17.
In 2009, he joined Padova, whom he helped avoid relegation from Serie B in his only season there. He then returned to the Serie A with Palermo, and one year later, signed for Torino, where he played for four seasons.
On 11th July, 2015, Darmian joined English giants Manchester United for an undisclosed fee, believed to be in the region of £12.7 million (around €18m).
He had a promising start to his United career, but injuries and position changes affected his game, and he gradually began fading.
Under new manager José Mourinho, the 26-year-old has fallen behind Antonio Valencia and even Timothy Fosu-Mensah in the pecking order.
Manchester United were also linked with AS Monaco right-back Fabinho this summer. Fabinho has previously worked under Mourinho at Real Madrid, and the Portuguese manager has shown desire to be reunited with him.
Darmian has not started a single match out of the 6 games United have played in the 2016-2017 Premier League season.
As per Calciomercato, it is highly possible for the reigning Serie A champions to sign the Italy international for the aforementioned price.