Manchester United star Amad Diallo’s loan transfer to Feyenoord is OUT, club confirms… with winger to remain at Old Trafford for treatment after thigh injury that rules him out for six weeks
- The rental of Amad Diallo to Feyenoord has been cancelled, that has been confirmed
- Manchester United youngster Amad suffered an injury during training
- Ole Gunnar Solskjaer confirmed a club has been prepared for the 19-year-old
- United will now consider loan offers for winger Daniel James before the deadline
Amad Diallo’s transfer from Manchester United to Feyenoord is canceled after the Ivorian winger suffered a thigh injury that kept him sidelined for six weeks.
United have confirmed Diallo suffered the injury during training prior to his temporary move to the Dutch side, and the 19-year-old will remain in Manchester for treatment.
A statement read: “Manchester United can confirm that Amad suffered a thigh muscle injury during training and will likely be out for six weeks.
Amad Diallo’s transfer from Manchester United to Feyenoord has been canceled after an injury
‘Unfortunately, this happened just before his planned loan to Feyenoord. Amad will stay with United and will fully rehabilitate.”
Diallo, who made a £37m transfer from Atalanta to United in January, has impressed in training since returning to the club from the Tokyo Olympics.
Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer confirmed this weekend that Diallo would be loaned out after previously suggesting he could stay at United this season.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer confirmed this weekend that winger Diallo would be loaned out
United will consider loan applications for Daniel James, with Everton and Leeds both interested
“It’s not 100 percent signed, but we agree,” Solskjaer said. “I don’t have to say which team it is yet, but we found a place that Amad is excited about and that we are excited about.”
The decision was made after United confirmed Cristiano Ronaldo’s sensational return from Juventus to Old Trafford.
The deal with Ronaldo could have consequences for other United players. Leeds are expected to revive their interest in a loan for Dan James, and West Ham have been encouraged to make another move for Jesse Lingard.