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Amad Diallo has admitted it’s his dream to play regular football at Man United.
Manchester United’s squad is so deep that the club simply had no option but to send several young players away on loan this term.
The likes of Alvaro Fernandez, Tahith Chong and Amad are all loving life in the Championship. Perhaps the latter is the biggest benefactor of the loan system so far.
The winger, who United signed for big money from Atalanta, burst onto the scene with a stunning header against AC Milan in Europe. However, it all went pretty quiet pretty quickly from there.
A loan move away always felt like the play this season. It’d be Sunderland who’d win his signature. That is looking like an absolutely genius move by United right now, with Amad flourishing.
Credit to Tony Mowbray, who is utilising Amad perfectly and keeping his feet firmly on the ground. Anyway, the man himself has now spoken out about his future.
The starlet has admitted it’s his ‘dream’ to play for the club regularly, while he wants to prove his talent next season. He also admitted that he hasn’t shown his best yet, but he ‘loves’ the club.
Check out what Amad had to say in full here:
“I haven’t shown my best for Manchester United yet… but I hope next season I can return and prove my talent.” Amad is quoted as saying by Fabrizio Romano.
“My dream is to play regular football at Manchester United. It was a dream to join them, I love the club”.
First and foremost, you have to admire the honesty. It’s true, we’re yet to see his best in Reds colours.
However, his time at Sunderland offers promise. He has been absolutely outstanding at times, looking like a player who is too good for the Championship. When his attitude is right, there aren’t many better talents in world football.
My concern with Amad is whether he’ll get into the team. Obviously, the likes of Marcus Rashford, Antony, Jadon Sancho are all ahead in the pecking order. Then he’s got the likes of Alejandro Garnacho, Anthony Elanga and Facundo Pellistri to compete with.
It’s up to Amad to prove his worth on pre-season tour this summer, then take it from there.
Do you think Amad is good enough to make it at Man United? Let us know your thoughts in the comment box below.
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