Amad Diallo And Paul Pogba's Two Photos That Were Taken 5 Years Apart
By MandelaMwalimu | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 105 views
Manchester United completed the signing of talented forward Amad Diallo from Atalanta this January. The player arrived at Manchester ready to hit the ground running. He did exactly that some few days ago when he scored two goals on his under 23 debut. Most Man United fans have been waiting for his first team debut. It seems to be getting nearer day by day. Today, he was once again pictured with first team members. His photo with Paul Pogba is even more special according to some fans.
The photo is being compared to one that was taken five years. A young Amad Diallo took the photo with Paul Pogba oblivious to the fact that he would be playing with him later in his career. It is a dream come true for Diallo to play with one of the players that he has been idolizing. Manchester United will be facing Everton on Saturday as the EPL title race heats up. The fans will be hoping to see the player on the pitch soon.
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