Manchester United have placed a £35million price tag on Paris Saint-Germain target Diogo Dalot.
The Portuguese right-back joined the club from Porto in 2018 for a fee of around £18m and was heralded by Jose Mourinho as one of the finest prospects in the world.
However, Dalot struggled with injuries during his season at the club and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer sanctioned a £50m move for Aaron Wan-Bissaka during his first summer at Old Trafford.
The former Crystal Palace ace has been a revelation at the club, giving Dalot little chance of first-team opportunities.
Solskjaer rates the defender but sympathises with his situation and is willing to sanction his departure.
United’s stance has attracted attention from Paris Saint-Germain, who are interested in signing Dalot.
However, according to O Jogo, United want to nearly double their money for Dalot and want around £35m to part with the defender.
With United targeting Jadon Sancho and Jack Grealish, Solskjaer may need to sell to work around the club’s £150m transfer budget.
Romelu Lukaku was sold for £73m last summer to offset purchases of Harry Maguire, Wan-Bissaka and Daniel James.
Sancho and Grealish could cost around £200m, while Odion Ighalo is expected to join for a fee of £15m.
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