Manchester United and Rangers have reach agreement for Amad Diallo to move to the Scottish League, MySportDab reports.
The Ivory Coast International will now complete details before being officially announce as Rangers new player.
Amad Diallo has struggled to get playing time since making a move to Manchester United which was supposed to be a big step up in his football career.
Lack of playing time has now forced the player out of Old Trafford as he will be undergoing a new challenge elsewhere for the rest of the season.
Rangers have signed the youngster on a loan move which is for six months as he looks to get regular playing time which has been a problem at Manchester United.
Fabrizio Romano confirmed the latest update coming in as an agreement between Manchester United and Rangers has been reached.
Here Is What He Said:
“Amad Diallo’s set to join Rangers on straight loan from Manchester United.
“Agreement reached on six month moan and there’s no buy option included.
“Ralf Rangnick approved this move, to be completed and signed in the next hours. Here we go soon.
The move has been a long one coming for the youngster who things refused to change for despite choosing Old Trafford over other suitors.
He isn’t the only youngster facing the same problem of not playing as the like of Donny van de Beek is going through issues which he is also looking to leave.
Ralf Rangnick has blocked any possible exit for the Netherlands man and also Jesse Lingard who was expected to join Newcastle United who are willing to take them on loan.
Amad Diallo deal has been agreed upon as Rangers will make an official announcement where they will announce and unveil him, and he will stay with them until the end of the season.