BARCELONA target Diogo Dalot won’t rule out quitting Manchester United in the summer.
The right-back was outstanding in Sunday’s 1-0 home win over West Ham and insists he “loves” playing for the Red Devils.
But the Portugal star, 23 says he’s not ready to talk about a contract beyond next June.
United have the option to extend his deal for another year.
But the former Porto hero told Sky Sports: “I don’t think it’s the time to think about my contract situation.
“We’re in the process to improve our game as team”.
“I love to play for Man United as I always try to show.
“I’m happy – this is the most important thing”.
Barca, Juventus, AC Milan and Roma are said to be among the clubs monitoring Dalot’s situation.
But he’s enjoying by far his best season at Old Trafford.
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Apart from starting all 17 games, he’s left Aaron Wan-Bissaka completely cast out i what has been a problem position for United in recent years.
Dalot is also looking more solid defensively, as shown when United held off late West Ham pressure for a tight victory at the weekend.