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MANCHESTER UNITED, Diogo DALOT: "I think I can play here for a long time"

26.02.2019 17.01 by Claudio Colla  read 1198
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Interviewed by Sky Sports UK, Portuguese U21 international right-back Diogo Dalot (turning 20 on March 18), signed by Manchester United last summer, from Porto, commented upon how he's living his first season as a red devil: "The early days had me struggle a bit, due to the injuries occurring. But since December things got better, I started playing steadily, and working in much better shape. Anyway, it's a learning season for me, and I keep on try to learn more and improve until the very end of it. Now I think I'm doing fine: I knew from the start establishing myself as an important player here would have been hard, but I really think I can succeed in playing many, many years long at Old Trafford".

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