Carlo Ancelotti ‘tells Real Madrid to keep watch of Manchester United’s Diogo Dalot’ as the new Bernabeu chief plots a surprise move for the Portugal full-back
- Carlo Ancelotti has told Real Madrid to keep track of defender Diogo Dalot
- Manchester United right-back Dalot was on loan at AC Milan last campaign
- Ancelotti previously recommended Dalot to Everton when in charge there
Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti is reportedly interested in a move for Manchester United defender Diogo Dalot.
Dalot is back at United following a loan spell at AC Milan and new Real manager Ancelotti is eager for his club to track the 22-year-old.
As reported by AS, Ancelotti recommended Dalot when he was in charge of Everton and is now considering bringing him to The Bernabeu.
Carlo Ancelotti has told Real Madrid to keep track of Manchester United defender Diogo Dalot
Ancelotti previously recommended Dalot to Everton when he was in charge at Goodison Park
Although Real can already call upon Dani Carvajal and Alvaro Odriozola as right-back options, the Spanish side could still pursue a move for Dalot.
Dalot was part of Portugal’s squad at Euro 2020 and featured as a substitute against France before starting against Belgium.
A product of Porto’s academy, Dalot signed for United in 2018 but has struggled to fully establish himself at Old Trafford.
Dalot, who was on loan at AC Milan last season, was part of Portugal’s squad at Euro 2020
In total Dalot has played 35 times for United but finds himself behind first-choice right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka.
Dalot, who is also capable of playing at left-back, has two years remaining on his contract at United.