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Manchester United loanee admits he doesn’t think about Old Trafford return

Diogo Dalot addresses long term future after Manchester United to AC Milan loan transfer

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Manchester United loanee Diogo Dalot is willing to show all of his qualities while on loan at AC Milan.

The 21-year-old sealed a temporary switch to Serie A towards the end of the summer transfer window, after finding opportunities difficult to come by under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Speaking to Sempre Milan, Dalot said:

“When you play at an important club, you take away a lot of experience. I hope to bring everything I have learned here. Milan and United are two great clubs. You can always improve. I’m a player who really likes to work and try to improve. I’m trying to keep my qualities, I want to keep this mentality.

“When one knows that something is wrong, he has to work to improve. I know I have to improve in defence and also in attack. This is the right place to do it. Here is the right mentality, I just have to keep working to improve myself. I hope to become a complete player at Milan.”

On his future, Dalot said: “When I signed for Milan, I had great motivations. I only think of Milan now, my head is 100 per cent here and I hope to do great things, achieving all our targets.”

Asked if he is willing to play in other positions for Milan, including left-back or on the right wing, Dalot added: “Of course, I’m ready to play in other roles too.”

Source- Manchester Evening News

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