The Portuguese national team Under-21 will have a Wan-Bissake competition, which this Saturday officially reinforced the "red devils".
Manchester United officially signed on Saturday to sign Aaron Wan-Bissaku, the English right-hand player who will play with eleven o'clock with Diogo Daloto.
As expected, the arrival of the former Crystal Palace at Old Trafford began to raise questions about the role of the Portugals in the order at the orders of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and this Saturday's newspaper The Evening Standard depicts the plan defined by the coach for the former FC Porto.
The British publication writes that the Norwegian continues to watch Dalota as a key player for United. The 20-year-old from Brage may not be the first choice for the right side, but the polyvalency gives him an adut for playing on the left or even on the wings of the attack, as he did last season.
We remind you that when Diogo Dalot was hired in Manchester United, Jose Mourinho was still a rhombus rider, saying that United had "an excellent side for the next 10 years."
In the first season in England, Dalot made 23 official matches for the team, plus two for the reserve.