Loan Watch 2020/21: Diogo Dalot at AC Milan

Tari

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I don't think, dalot got a fair chance, not sure what kept him out of the team.

 

jsp

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He never looked fit when he was here so he never got a chance the right back spot was wide open for him in his first season but he couldn’t take it as he wasn’t fit enough.

Good luck to him in Milan I still think the end game is rebuild his reputation and sell him maybe try to be clever with a buy back like Madrid did with Reguillon but I don’t see how he forces out AWB.
 

Red Warrior

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I don't think, dalot got a fair chance, not sure what kept him out of the team.

Are you serious? Dalot was hovering around a 4/10 score most weeks he played and looked too raw. With AWB in front of him in the pecking order he was never going to get much game time
 

IDFD

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He also got an assist in the game.

Playing at left back for them. Though his goal looks more left wing!

As the tweet above says though he'll be back so let's hope he just has a great season and can build in it with us.
 

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