Manchester United have already started negotiations over their first transfer deal of the summer window.

It comes as the Red Devils handed Manchester City the Premier League following a 2-1 defeat to Leicester at Old Trafford.

With Ole Gunnar Solskjaer making 10 changes to the side that beat Aston Villa on Sunday, it shows that the Norwegian is keen on bolstering his squad.

But in order to bring in the calibre of player he wants at Old Trafford, it will mean that the fringe players at the club will have to be offloaded.

There are a number of transfers that are being mooted ahead of the summer window.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is pondering a number of transfers at United

And the first that is being discussed a deal that could eventually see the permanent departure of Diogo Dalot, who has spent the season on loan at AC Milan.

After a rocky start, the right-back has solidified his spot in the starting XI at the San Siro and even faced his parent club in the Europa League.

Dalot has proved a worthy member of the squad at the Serie A club, with him being deployed on both flanks in defence.

Milan would love to keep him but have a number of financial constraints, not least due to the fact that Fikayo Tomori is the priority - who has a clause in his loan deal from Chelsea meaning he can sign permanently for £25m.

Diogo Dalot is on loan at Milan from Manchester United
Diogo Dalot is on loan at Milan from Manchester United

The Italian giants are looking to land Dalot on another loan deal until the end of next season, with a future fee agreed of €15m that can be triggered at any time during the year - report MilanNews24.

However, it remains to be seen whether United would agree to such a deal - considering they might be able to get a better fee elsewhere.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka is firmly first-choice at Old Trafford and it appears Dalot's career at the club is already over despite being just 22.

After being signed by Jose Mourinho in 2018, the defender has struggled for game time in Manchester.