Good News For Manchester United As New Boy Amad Diallo Traore Is Set To Play For Them Tonight
By BlissMedia.co.ke | self meida writer
Published 19 days ago - 411 views
The Red Devils are getting their momentum running with the positivity running through the Manchester United squad in both training and in the pitch playing against hard opponents. After the 9-0 thrashing of Southampton, Manchester United are garnering for their next game against Everton over the weekend. Their training was intense and new boy Amad Diallo Traore was seen training with them.
Amad Diallo Traore is the player majority of the Manchester United fans are watching as he impressed during his debut game against Liverpool under 23. He managed to score two goals and provide an assist.
According to Manchester Evening News reports, Amad Diallo Traore is set to play again for Manchester United. The 19 years old representative have dropped a hint that he will play against Blackburn Rovers under 23's tonight.
Eager fans and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer are eagerly waiting to see his performances tonight and this might be his gateway to breaking into the senior squad.
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