Manchester United new signing scored a goal and assisted three
By Kumaga777 | self meida writer
Published 25 days ago - 13897 views
Manchester United's latest signing Amad Diallo who was bought from Atlanta on January 7th for a reported price of 41 million Euros is currently on a personal form.
The 18 years old Ivorian professional footballer who plays from the wing has picked up the baton from where he stopped at Atlanta. He is currently playing for United's under 23 teams.
Diallo is on blistering form after putting up a fine display to help United's under 23 secure a comeback win against Blackburn, scoring a goal and creating 3 assist in the game, with United under 23 winning 6-4. He also scored twice in their last weekend 6-3 win over Liverpool.
The 18 years old Ivorian has shown maturity in the game, always making the right decision in his dribblings and passes. His form has caught the eyes of many United fans who are calling for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's(manager of United's senior team) to bring him to the senior side.
Do you think he's good enough for the senior team.?
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