RB, who became the main player after 4 seasons, begins negotiations for renewal of contract… “I’m happy to play for Manchester United”

Diogo Dalot (23) has revealed that he is negotiating a new contract with Manchester United.

Dalot joined Manchester United from FC Porto in Portugal in July 2018. Dalot did not find a place at Manchester United. He appeared in 23 games his first season and recorded 3 assists. He played 1528 minutes, 66 minutes per game. In the 2019-20 season, hip and groin injuries prevented him from playing for a long time and only made 11 appearances. In the 2020-21 season, he could not settle for Manchester United and left on loan to AC Milan. As a member of the rotation in Milan, he appeared in 33 games and scored 2 goals and 3 assists.

After returning from AC Milan, Dalot slowly began to establish himself at Manchester United. He only made 4 appearances in the league until November last season, but from December he pushed out Aaron Wan-Bissaka and played as the starting right-back. He played in 30 official matches. This season, he won the competition for the starting spot against the perfectly-wanted Visakha. After returning from the 2022 International Football Federation (FIFA) World Cup in Qatar, he could not play two games due to injury, but he was replaced in the match against AFC Bournemouth in the 19th round of the last English Premier League (EPL), raising the sense of the game. 메이저사이트

Dalot’s contract was until this season. However, Manchester United did not want Dalot to engage in pre-negotiations with other clubs from January and triggered an option to extend his one-year contract at the end of last month. Dalot will remain at Manchester United until June 2024.

And Manchester United are preparing to sign a new deal with Dalot. In an interview with the YouTube channel ‘The United Stand’ on the 10th (Korean time), Dalot said, “We are negotiating (renewal). It’s no secret that I am happy at Manchester United.” “I love running. We’ll see how things turn out.”

“We are moving in a good direction as a team. To me this is the most important part. Personally, I hope I can continue to help the team as I am doing now.”

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