DEVASTATING NEWS: “leaving United is certain i think i have showed not only the manager and the fans what I’m capable but I have showed the world too and I’m tired of being left out of the team, I love United but I’m sorry to say my United journey has come to end i am ready to look for a future elsewhere”. Manchester United youngster is ready to leave the club during the January transfer window after being neglected by man utd.


Last season, while on loan at Sunderland, the Ivorian performed brilliantly, helping the team advance to the Championship play-offs before losing in the semi-finals.

Amad, 21, moved from Atalanta to Manchester United for a reported €21.3 million in 2020, even though he had not yet started a senior match for the Italian team.

He did, however, demonstrate his ability during Sunderland’s previous campaign, scoring 14 goals and dishing out four assists across all competitions.

The deft winger was anticipated to fight for a starting position in Man Utd’s first squad this season, possibly taking Antony’s place on the right wing after the €95 million acquisition, but he sustained a knee injury during the preseason.

He has therefore missed the entirety of the 2023–24 season due to injury, but he will soon be able to resume play.

Diallo to sign a loan for Championship?
Even though Diallo is getting close to being fully fit, TEAMTalk has revealed that, despite his desire to stay at Old Trafford and compete for a spot in the starting lineup, he is probably going to be loaned out during the January transfer window.

The report claims that a number of Championship teams, including his former team Sunderland, who are currently looking for a new manager following the dismissal of Tony Mowbray, are keen to sign Diallo to a short-term contract.

According to reports in France, Will Still, the manager of Stade Reims, is the front-runner for the new position and is reportedly eager to relocate.

Footballwave also understands that Wolverhampton Wanderers, who have been interested in the Ivorian since Nuno Espirito Santo was the club’s manager, have also expressed a wish to sign Diallo on loan.

Erik ten Hag runs the risk of upsetting Man Utd supporters, many of whom would prefer to see the gifted Ivorian given a chance in the starting lineup, since Diallo may be leaving in January.

Given Diallo’s performance at Sunderland last season and Antony’s goal drought dating back to April, there’s a good chance that the former Ajax player would be an improvement over Diallo.


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  1. Lito Pleya says

    Y love you Manchester United

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