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Man United’s new wonder-kid Amad Diallo undergoing medical today

Manchester United’s new wonder-kid Amad Diallo is undergoing his medical today ahead of his switch to Old Trafford in January 2021.

Diallo, 18, was confirmed as a United player during the summer transfer window’s deadline day earlier this week after the club officially announced the highly-rated attacker had swapped Atalanta for Old Trafford, as per ManUtd.com.

The exciting, young attacker is highly-rated in European and has been tipped to achieve great things after being likened to the world-class Lionel Messi by Papu Gomez (as quoted by Fabrizio Romano).

The youngster has already featured for Atalanta’s senior first-team and even scored on his debut after climbing his way through the Italian side’s highly-rated youth ranks.

Diallo already has 93 Atalanta youth appearances and 61 direct goal involvements to his name and will be expected to continue his impressive development under the guidance of the United coaching staff.

Despite securing his services earlier this week the youngster is not expected to team-up with his new team-mates due to work permit and passport complications.

However, fans can still begin to excitement ahead of Diallo’s arrival in January after reports from Tutto Mercato Web emerged suggesting that the 18-year-old is undergoing his United medical in Bergamo today.

Read more: (Video) First look at Edinson Cavani wearing Man United colours

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8 responses to “Man United’s new wonder-kid Amad Diallo undergoing medical today”

  1. mubanga nector says:

    sacking Ole is not a solution to the team, the coach is not the problem but management failing to build the team by signing new players to the team. look at teams like man city and liverpool, they are spending despite having good players already. the policy of the management on buying of players is very bad at man u. the management must pull up the mind set this issue not sacking ole.

  2. Mannie Ramadhin says:

    Ed Woodward and co should bring in A director of foot ball to manage transfers and players who want to play for the badge and not think this a money tree .

  3. Adebayo Lukman says:

    Coach is not a problem in Manchester United right now. The major problem is the club owners. You cannot get success for free no matter your popularity. It entails sacrifices. The present coach made it known to the whole world that the team needs reinforcement of which the board hear him saying it but refused to finance the proposals made by the coach. Even if a coach who has never lost in his carrier is brought to Manchester United without fun to build a formidable team, such a coach will dent his record with this present Manchester United board. So Soljaar has succeeded in United within his short period so far.

  4. Pams says:

    It’s the board that knows nothing about football (GLAZER FAMILY + ED WOODWARD) who needs to leave our team and let football loving management to run the franchise and they concentrate on American football

  5. Joshua says:

    Ole is not the problem, but the problem is E Woodward, cose failing to try again buy the right play that the manager needs,
    E Woodward suppose to buy the players that the manager needed

  6. Danny Subban says:

    The management of the Club has no idea of the success that can be achieved with the right players, get a sporting director, like Brain Robson to head this department. I am concerned supporter, please we want to bring back the glory days to old Trafford.

  7. Danny Subban says:

    The management of the Club has no idea of the success that can be achieved with the right players, get a sporting director, like Brain Robson to head this department. I am concerned supporter, please we want to bring back the glory days to old Trafford.

  8. Austin Muzhandamuri says:

    We the soccer loving fans need the glory days back, @Glazer #Woodward, you should not try to lead the technicalities of soccer when you do not understand it, ask Rio Fed or Paul Scholes or Brian Robson to come in and assist as Sporting Director responsible for market issues as far as players are concerned, incoming and outgoing, please.