Manchester United full-back Diogo Dalot is reportedly unhappy with his lack of playing time under manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and would welcome a move away if it meant to could get more minutes under his belt.
Dalot, 21, signed for United under former manager Jose Mourinho back in 2018 from FC Porto in a move which cost the Reds £19.8m, as per TransferMarkt.
However, despite the young Portuguese defender’s hefty price-tag, he has since fallen out-of-favour with current boss Solskjaer after only managing to feature in four Premier League games last season.
According to recent claims from transfer expert Duncan Castles on the Transfer Window Podcast, as quoted by The Mirror, Castles claims that Dalot is unhappy with his lack of game-time but will not be allowed to depart Old Trafford this summer.
United have been strongly linked with signing a new full-back in this summer after wide spread reports claimed the Reds were eyeing FC Porto’s Alex Telles and Real Madrid’s Sergio Reguilon, as per A Bola.
However, with United’s single summer addition still being Donny van de Beek from Ajax, Solskjaer faces a race against time to land one of his wide defensive targets in time for the Reds’ new season which is fast approaching.