DEVASTATING NEWS: coming live from Fabrizio Romano, Manchester United’s Amad Diallo has made a heartfelt plea to be released from the “gilded prison” of Old Trafford. The disillusioned star is growing restless in his role at the club, and is desperate for a fresh start. He said ” I came here cause I love United and I knew i had to patient for my time, I went on loan to several club i performed well i know but here in old Trafford it looks like my time is never coming under him (Erik ten Hag) and the best option is to leave. I became a footballer to play football not a a bench warmer”.


Amad Diallo has taken the drastic step of removing all Manchester United-related content from his social media profiles, adding to the challenges faced by Erik ten Hag.

Despite high expectations for the young winger this season, he has found himself on the fringes of the action at Old Trafford. Diallo’s impressive loan spell at Sunderland in the Championship, during which he scored 14 goals, had raised hopes for his impact in the 2023/24 campaign.

Speculation surrounding Diallo’s future intensified over the summer, with several clubs vying for his signature. However, before deciding on a loan move, head coach Erik ten Hag sought to evaluate the 21-year-old’s readiness to feature in Manchester United’s first team during pre-season.

Unfortunately, these plans were derailed when Diallo suffered a significant injury, sidelining him until the start of the new year. Despite interest in January, Ten Hag chose to retain Diallo, likely influenced by his rift with Jadon Sancho and Antony’s lackluster performances. However, the emergence of Alejandro Garnacho limited Diallo’s playing time to just 63 minutes.

It appears that Diallo has grown frustrated with his lack of opportunities on the pitch. His recent actions on social media, including the deletion of all Manchester United-related posts and a cryptic bio change to “tout cela finira…” (meaning “this will all end”), suggest his desire to move on.

This development follows Diallo’s omission from Ten Hag’s squad against Fulham, where academy graduate Omari Forson was unexpectedly handed a start. Diallo has not featured in United’s last two Premier League matches, with his last appearance being a brief 17-minute cameo against Nottingham Forest.

With Ten Hag’s public disagreements with Jadon Sancho and Antony’s struggles to make a significant impact in the Premier League, Diallo’s discontent creates yet another dilemma for the Dutch coach in terms of his options on the right flank. Furthermore, it raises questions about Ten Hag’s ability to manage the ongoing drama at Manchester United.

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