Manchester United in talks with Porto over right back Diogo Dalot

Dalot impressed the most during FC Porto's O Classico win over Sporting CP and during their home leg against Liverpool in the Champions League Knockout Stages, a match that ended 0-0.

United have resolved to meet Dalot's buyout clause of €20 million (£17.5m/$23m), and a source close to the operation says the Red Devils are hoping to have the deal done before the week is out.

A naturally right-footed player, Dalot has shown his versatility by also playing on the left side throughout his Porto career.

Dalot has represented Portugal from under-15 to under-21 level and made his Porto debut in October.

Seems like a poor guy can't write scout reports for a few hours without his mentions and DMs being exploded into an insane mess of Diogo Dalot questions.

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The Telegraph write: "United are also in the market for another full-back, a left-back, to strengthen in that area also".

It is expected that United will make around five signings this summer, with a raft of players, probably including Marouane Fellaini, leaving as Mourinho revamps his squad.

Matteo Darmian is expected to join Juventus in a £10 million deal this summer and there are still doubts about Luke Shaw's long-term future.

The Spain worldwide has two years left on his deal with the Catalan club and talks over a new deal seem to have stalled.

However, the Portuguese is now closing on a move to Manchester United and according to Portuguese daily O Jogo, his representatives have communicated his decision to Porto.

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