Amad Diallo will finally be sent on loan this summer granted the right offer comes in.
The Ivorian winger was unlucky to miss out on the chance to join Feyenoord on a season-long loan at the beginning of the season, when he sustained an injury in training just days before deadline day.
According to friend of Stretty News, Jonathan Shrager, Ralf Rangnick has decided Amad does not have a part to play in his plans for the remainder of the season.
I am told that Rangnick has informed Amad that he is not in his plans for this season, so they will try for a loan move in January
— Jonathan Shrager (@JonathanShrager) January 4, 2022
To be fair, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer made the same decision and the former Atalanta starlet would’ve went to Feyenoord if it wasn’t for that injury.
It will be interesting to see if the Eredivisie club come back in for Amad for this month.
The youngster has struggled to force his way into first-team contention since joining the club, so it only makes sense to try loan him out somewhere he can develop as a player.
Amad needs to go out on loan for the remainder of the season but somewhere he is likely to play every week, like Facundo Pellistri has started doing for Alaves in La Liga.
Despite being incredibly exciting to watch and impressing against AC Milan in the Europa League last season, Amad is not quite ready to compete with Mason Greenwood, who is the one closest to breaking into the starting eleven.
Hopefully the club find the right loan for Amad this month.