AC Milan reportedly want to see more from Diogo Dalot in the coming months before committing to a permanent deal for the Manchester United defender.
The 21-year-old joined the Italian giants on loan over the summer and has been a regular this season, making 15 appearances in all competitions, contributing one goal and two assists in the process.
According to Milan Live, Milan have faith in Dalot's potential but would only be prepared to buy him 'for the right price' as they have more pressing concerns at this moment in time.
The report also claims that the Serie A outfit want to see more from the Portuguese, who has been criticised for showing 'great fatigue' during stages of matches, before launching an offer.
However, Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano recently claimed that United are "convinced" that Dalot "will be a top full-back in the future", meaning that they have no interest in selling him on a permanent deal.
The right-back has made 35 appearances for United since arriving at the club in 2018.