Manchester United are looking at recouping around £28m from the double sales of Diogo Dalot and Marcos Rojo this summer.
The Epl Giant club have added to their squad this summer with the purchase of Donny van de Beek from Ajax and they are also aiming to bring in at least two more players before the transfer deadline next month.
Borussia Dortmund key playmaker Jadon Sancho has been identified as the main summer target thei season, but they have failed to get a good negotiation on the hefty £108m asking price set by the Dortmund.
While the club are still believes and they are very optimistic in landing Sancho,Manchester United club Management are aware of the need to recoup some of the funds spent and they are willing to sanction the sales of both Dalot and Rojo to recover some fund.
Based on club information Dalot was purchased from Porto for around £20.5m in 2018, but he hardly start for the club due to the competition for places in both full-back positions which is very is more position to play.
Manchester United is beleieving to get similar transfer fee in order to part ways with Dalot this summer. On the other hand, Rojo is valued at around £7.5m amid interest from several Serie A sides including Lazio.
Information from Everton saying that they are interested in signing the Manchester United full-back Diogo Dalot this summer.
The young Portuguese defender Manchester player hasn’t had too many chances at Old Trafford and he believes that a move away would be the best option for him. Diogo needs to play every week at this stage of his career and Everton could provide him with that opportunity.
Media report from Daily Star quoting that Dalot is one of Carlo Ancelotti’s main targets this summer and Everton boss is keen on finding a long-term replacement for Seamus Coleman, who is now past his peak.
Carlo Ancelotti believes that Dalot has the talent to develop into a top-class defender if given a regular first-team action and good coaching. A world-class manager like Ancelotti could be the one to unlock his potential if he finally move to Everton.
The 21-year-old Dalot has only made just four appearances in the Premier League this season and it is highly unlikely that he will manage to win over the starting berth from Wan-Bissaka next season.
Everton Boss believe they can lure the player to Goodison Park for a fee of around £10m and a little above. It will be interesting to see if they can agree on a fee with the United these season.
Manchester United paid £19m for the player in 2018 according to Club report and they will not want to sell him for a knockdown price because they believe he has a lot to offer any club. Everton might have to pay a higher price if they truely interested in the player this summer.