Manchester United has still not started negotiations with full-back Diogo Dalot over a permanent departure from Old Trafford, according to reports.
This season the 21-year-old has spent on loan with Serie A club AC Milan, and is expected to leave this summer.
Despite a recent uptick in form, Dalot’s future with the Italian giants remains unclear, with his agent saying that it will be resolved “at the right moment.”
“Right now he’s a Milan player, on loan from Manchester United, but he wants to do well for his current club. If he was playing against another team, it wouldn’t have been different,” Dalot’s representative Carlos Goncalves told Italian news outlet Calciomercato.
“At the right time, his future will also be discussed. He has to train at his best and take advantage of every opportunity, the rest will take care of itself.
“There’s no contact now, but it’s normal. The focus is all on the field. Later we will talk about it and we’ll see what happens.”