Feyenoord are considering a summer approach for red-hot Amad Diallo – Man United News And Transfer News
Manchester United finished third in the Premier League, thereby making the cut for next season’s Champions League, and also have the chance to win another trophy this season come June 3.
Despite the impressive debut season, manager Erik ten Hag will be aware of the increased challenges next campaign and to tackle those a new goalscorer in the summer is expected to be brought in.
While fans are rightly excited to see who the club ultimately brings in, there is genuine excitement surrounding the future of Amad Diallo who will return to the club after a splendid loan season at Championship outfit Sunderland.
Amad’s successful loan spell
The Ivorian was the Black Cats’ top scorer with 14 goals coming in 43 games across all competitions and he also chipped in with four assists.
The Peoples Person has covered a variety of reports, some of which have stated that the winger will be given time to impress Ten Hag in pre-season as he attempts to break into the first-team squad.
According to the report, Dutch side Feyenoord are considering making an approach for the Ivory Coast international in the summer.
The 2022-23 Eredivisie champions have been following Diallo since his time at Atalanta and were close to agreeing a deal back then but could now swoop.
“In the summer of 2021, the name of Amad Diallo Traoré (20) passed by in the Maasgebouw. Feyenoord still closely follows the left-footed right winger of Manchester United.
Feyenoord eyeing Amad move
“Two years ago, the transfer from Diallo to Feyenoord was already completed, but the deal fell through at the last minute. The Ivorian was supposed to be rented with a purchase option at the time, but was injured during a training session with The Red Devils .
“The interest of the Rotterdammers in Diallo has continued over the years. There are internal discussions these days to make a new attempt to bring the right winger to De Kuip. There has been no new concrete rapprochement for the time being, but that can certainly not be ruled out,” the report pointed out.
Considering the uncertainty surrounding the club’s transfer budget and takeover process it would be foolish to let the skilled winger leave without giving him the chance to try and impress the coaching hierarchy.
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