Man United youngster Amad Diallo ‘heading for January loan’ with ‘many clubs interested’
Manchester United youngster Amad Diallo ‘heads on loan in January’ after just one first-team appearance this season, with ‘many clubs already approaching the club with interest’
- Manchester United signed Amad Diallo last January from Atalanta for £37m
- The 19-year-old hasn’t made a Premier League appearance this season
- Red Devils want to send him on loan to gain more first-team experience
Manchester United youngster Amad Diallo is heading for a loan move in January, with several European sides reportedly interested.
The 19-year-old hasn’t featured a single minute of Premier League action this season but did feature in Ralf Rangnick’s side against Young Boys on Wednesday.
The winger started in the Champions League dead rubber as United were held to a 1-1 draw in their final group stage game.
Man United youngster Amad Diallo set for loan in January with several teams interested
The 19-year-old featured in the Red Devils’ Champions League game against Young Boys
Diallo has been assigned on a season-long loan, with United keen for him to gain more first-team experience after signing him for £37m from Atalanta last January.
The teenager is said to be ‘excited’ by the prospect and several European clubs are said to be interested.
Transfer guru Fabrizio Romano reported, via The sun: ‘Many clubs have already approached Man United to negotiate the loan of Amad Diallo in January. Feyenoord have wanted him since last summer. #MUFC’
United are keen for the Ivory Coast international to gain regular first-team experience
Feyenoord are reportedly interested in the summer and are still keen to bring Diallo to the Eredivisie.
Atalanta, where he has made just five appearances, are reportedly keen to bring the starlet back on loan, while Crystal Palace could offer him an option to stay in the Premier League.
Diallo is seen as a potential asset by United thanks to his lightning pace and ability on the ball, but his lack of first-team experience is holding him back.
The striker has played just nine games for United since his arrival but is under contract at Old Trafford until 2025 and the Red Devils are hoping a loan spell will help him become a regular first-team member.