United are considering selling Diogo Dalot to PSG in the summer.
The Portuguese under-21 international signed for United in 2018 from Porto inn a £19 million deal but has struggled to make an impression at Old Trafford, making just 33 appearances for them in all competitions, many of them as a substitute.
With the arrival of Aaron Wan-Bissaka at the club in his favoured position of right-back, his chances of first team football are likely to be limited, and now may be the time to move on the player signed by Jose Mourinho.
Dalot still has three years left on his current contract, but they are willing to sell him if the price is right.
The Portuguese media suggest that his valuation could be as high as £31.6 million which, even for a club as rich as PSG, may be excessive in a post coronavirus transfer market, where the prices paid for players is set to plummet dramatically.
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