Man United Forward Joins Sunderland On Loan

Man United Forward Joins Sunderland On Loan

Manchester United Côte d’Ivoire young forward Amad Diallo has completed a loan transfer to Sunderland.

The Red Devils confirmed Diallo’s move on their website.

“Manchester United winger Amad is joining Sunderland on loan for the rest of the 2022/23 season, subject to registration.

“The Ivory Coast international helped Rangers reach the Europa League final and win the Scottish Cup during his temporary spell with the Glasgow club for the second half of last season.

Amad scored three times during his spell at Rangers, including a goal just four minutes into his debut against Ross County.

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“He also scored early in his United career with a fantastic header against AC Milan in the Europa League round of 16 and found the net again in our home pre-season friendly with Rayo Vallecano last month.

“The 20-year-old went to the Tokyo Olympics, representing Ivory Coast, helping his country to reach the quarter-finals of the tournament.

“The winger will join up with new Sunderland boss Tony Mowbray. Amad will gain further experience in the Championship, continuing his progress in a new environment, while being closely monitored and supported by United staff.

“Everybody would like to wish Amad the best of luck this term as we follow his progress at the Stadium of Light.“

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  • I hope young Amad Diallo’s story helps inform some of those here constantly disparaging Nigerian players for not leaping to huge clubs. Young Amad was starting to find his feet in Italy when he was convinced to join Manchester United. He wasn’t too shabby at United but since then it’s been one loan after another for him.
    He is still a very good footballer with a bright future ahead of him, hopefully.
    But there is a lesson to be learned here.

    • What about Frank Kiesse in Barcelona?.. Was Ndidi not regarded better than him at some point well not any more Ndidi is comfortable languishing in Mediocrity say what you like bro Nigerian players have no big time mentality they just want to get rich and forget that with hard work and balls and confidence they can become even richer like the bigger players world wide but no they are happy to chop bench and not improve as long as they are getting there 90k per week where as a little ambition and dedication and harder work and they could be on 300k like some of our Egyptian, Senegalese and Algerian brothers. Defend them all you like but deep down you know it is true

      • MONKEY POST 2 years ago

        @UGO IWUNZE don’t mind them..

        if it is any of their FAMILY MEMBERS that are getting POOR and MISERABLE DEALS like this considering their HUGE TALENT, they will go to NTA and COMPLAIN…

        • MONKEY POST 2 years ago

          But because they are not RELATED to them, they are FREE to RUN their MOUTH…

      • Ugo, you used Frank Kessie as your example but remember Kessie started in Italy and transferred to AC Milan in Italy as well. So, his eventual transfer to Barcelona was a gradual process. Let’s see how he adapts at Barcelona. I wish him well.
        You remember Frank Kessie but forgot to mention Cameroonian Alex Song who ruled the roost at Arsenal, transferred to Barcelona and descended into mediocrity. I’m not implying he shouldn’t have transferred but it is a big risk to jump to huge clubs unprepared.
        As for Wilfred Ndidi, he seems to have a good head on his shoulders. He is pursuing his college education alongside his professional soccer career. You may not fully understand it but there is life after football.
        As I was taught growing up, it is not necessarily how much you make but how wisely you manage what you make.
        It is always advisable to take calculated risks.

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