Manchester United defender Diogo Dalot has reportedly expressed his wish to continue his career at AC Milan after the expiration of his loan deal at the club this summer. The young Portuguese right-back left Olaf Trafford during last season's summer transfer window and joined the Italian Serie A giants on a loan deal that saw him spend the entirety of this season at the San Siro.

However, he wants to further explore Italy and has been reported to be highly open to the idea of sealing a permanent transfer to the Milan outfit. Manchester United manager Olé Gunnar Solksjær has already revealed that he would love to welcome the defender back to Old Trafford as he wants to continue building a team capable of winning the Premier League next season, and that means having at least two top players for each position in the squad.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka is currently United's first-choice option at the right-back position and the England international defender has been in tremendous form this season. The former Crystal Palace star's fine form was the major reason Dalot was sent out on loan because he could not keep up with the competition for the right-back spot.

AC Milan's club director has also revealed that he would love to keep hold of Dalot beyond this summer and has said that he is willing to sit and have talks with the Red Devils in a bid to try to convince them to sell Dalot. Although United will be reluctant to let go of one of their prized assets, they could still listen to offers for him if they get a bid that matches their valuation of the player.

A bid in the region of £25 million is reportedly enough to trigger the Red Devils' interest in selling the defender this summer.