According to Fabrizio Romano, the transfer move of Amad Diallo from Manchester United to Feyenoord has hit the rocks after the youngster sustained an injury in training earlier today. This means that he cannot pass his medicals which is a requirement for completion of his transfer.
The medical team is currently assessing the injury damage but inside sources have said that it does not look good and that Amad Diallo will be out for a while. Feyenoord have been very disappointed by the news but have nonetheless wished Diallo a quick recovery. Romano had earlier on reported that Diallo had chosen to play for Feyenoord instead of Sheffield United because he argued that the Dutch league was more competitive than the Championship League.
Fans and critics have been all over Pogba’s tackle on Ruben Neves which many people think should have been given as a foul and the goal disallowed. Many Wolverhampton Wanderers supporters were taken aback by VAR’s decision to allow the goal yet the tackle was very clear.
As a result of the poor officiating, Wolverhampton Wanderers fans have penned a petition to the FA to ban the use of VAR in the future if such a poor decision is made by VAR again. The disgruntled fans vented their anger on their opponents’ fans by chanting at them that they are cheats because they did not deserve to win the game.
Bruno Fernandes has thanked Manchester United fans for their unwavering support especially after they struggled to squeeze a win at Molineux Stadium yesterday. Fernandes also thanked his team for fighting until the end. Although he failed to score a goal or make an assist, Fernandes has promised to do better in the upcoming fixture.
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