Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his Manchester United coaching staff have had a great summer transfer window in which Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane finally joined the club after long speculations.
However, their moves to the Old Trafford means that some players will be forced to seek for either a loan move or permanent switch as their play time will be reduced.
Andreas Pereira begun the summer clear out by completing a loan move away, with young Ivorian Amad Dialo Traore expected to secure a move away too.
The reporter stated that Amad Diallo is into the prospect of joining an English Premier league side rather than moving abroad as Crystal Palace and Sheffield United are in the race to sign him.
Fabrizio Romano wrote on his Twitter podcast: "Amad Diallo is still expected to leave Man United on loan. Crystal Palace asked for him - also Sheffield United but Diallo only wants Premier League clubs.
Not only #CPFC asking for Amad. Many clubs and final decision hasn’t been made yet."
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is expecting the youngster to develop into a world class player who will earn his spot at Old Trafford after purchasing him for £34 million.
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