Manchester United football club of England is close to completing the process for the signing of Atalanta football club of Italy winger Amad Diallo Traore. Diallo, 18, is undergoing Manchester United medical today in Bergamo in a move that is expected to cost the Old Trafford side about 37.2 million pounds. Manchester United had earlier agreed with Atalanta to pay 19 million pounds upfront with 18.2 million pounds to come in add-ons for the Ivory Coast teenager to move to Old Trafford. He will join United in the January transfer window. The initial transfer fee for the Ivorian winger is about 27.5 million pounds but increased with the addition of agent's fees.
Amad Diallo Traore started his football playing for the youth team of Boca Barco in September 2014. In 2015, he moved to Italy to play for Atalanta. He graduated through the youth system of Atalanta playing for different teams of the Italian side before becoming a regular for the Senior team in 2019.
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