Amad Diallo Manchester United Exit CONFIRMED! (Details)

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Manchester United youngster Amad Diallo might be making a move elsewhere after being unable to break into the first team, MySportDab reports.

Just like Donny van de Beek, the youngster has struggled since making the move to Old Trafford.

Amad Diallo’s exit is on the table with fresh bids set to be brought forward to Manchester United ahead of the January transfer window.

Amad Diallo

The player was set to leave this summer but he sustained an injury that forced him to stay at Old Trafford.

Feyenoord is preparing a fresh offer for Manchester United winger Amad Traore, according to the latest reports coming from The Sun.

The 19-year-old was set to join the Dutch giants on loan for the 2021-22 season before an injury scuppered the move at the last minute which forced him to remain with the Red Devils.

Amad is still struggling to break into the first team at Manchester United since making that move which was tipped to be his breakthrough in football.

Feyenoord could return for his signature when the transfer window reopens as the player is now back playing after injury.

The Red Devils will also be open to allowing him to make that move as he needs more playing time to develop.

Amad Diallo has already made his international debut for Ivory Coast which so far he has been exceptional playing for them.

The forward has been put to play for Manchester United developmental team which he is currently not looking to continue.

A move would do more for him and the club who could either decide to let him make the loan move permanent.

His value in the market is currently lower than what it used to be when Manchester United bought him despite interests from other teams.

For no,w no official statement about the move but an exit is on the table for the youngster who needs to develop more.

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