Darmian is not going to spend another season watching from the stands at Old Trafford when he has offers waiting for him at home.
Sky Italia already reported last week dat Darmian's agent had met with Juventus Sporting Director Fabio Paratici, but the defender now reveals that he has more options in Italy.
A move to Munich will indicate the club's interest in securing their future, as his versatility at playing both the wing and center-attacking position may translate into a long-term replacement role for the likes of Robben and Ribery, who are both serving the fag end of great careers at their age.
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United are thought to have told the player that he can leave but prefer that he moves to a club overseas rather than a Premier League rival.
"One year ago, I was close to return to Italy but Mourinho and the club didn't want to sell me so nothing happened".
The Italy global started just five Premier League matches last season with Antonio Valencia and Ashley Young Jose Mourinho's preferred options at right and left-back respectively. My agent knows what I want. My doors are open'. "It was a show of faith in me, and I also wanted to fight for a chance myself, after only a year with Mou".