Diogo Dalot has been told that he can leave Manchester United this summer.
The Red Devils recently completed the signing of Aaron-Wan Bissaka from Crystal Palace, after several weeks of negotiations between all parties involved.
With the Englishman’s arrival, which adds to the presence of Portuguese defender Diogo Dalot, the right-back position at the Old Trafford club looks sorted for the next decade.
Moreover, with Wan-Bissaka and Dalot competing for the starting spot, both the youngsters are expected to develop rapidly in the years to come.
However, according to a shocking update provided by the Evening Standard, a future away from the Mancunian outfit could be in store for Dalot instead.
The report states that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has told the 20-year-old that he can secure a transfer elsewhere now that Wan-Bissaka’s arrival has been confirmed.
Dalot was signed by former boss Jose Mourinho last summer, and he was quite impressive during his debut season in England. Along with his crossing and dribbling skills, he also showcased his versatility on numerous occasions, by featuring in defensive as well as midfield positions.
But now, Solskjaer appears to have deemed him surplus to requirements, and an exit in the ongoing transfer window could very well be on the cards.
The English outlet adds that Manchester United will also listen to offers for Marcos Rojo, with the injury-prone Argentinian currently at the bottom of the pecking order for the central defensive spots.