Man United Report: Scout Leaks Solskjaer's Plan For New Signing

Man United Report: Scout Leaks Solskjaer's Plan For New Signing

Manchester United have a long term plan for the 18-year-old Amad Diallo.

Man United may have revealed its frontline strategy involving two of the Red Devils'most-rated youngsters.

Along with Summer signings Edison Cavani and Alex Telles, Amad Diallo was also signed by the English club in the summer.


The Atalanta youngster was unable to join the rest of Manchester United summer signing but he had to wait until earlier this month before sealing his move to the theater of dream but is now officially included in Solskjaer's team.

Ahead of Amad Diallo's highly -anticipated Premier League debut, the Ole Gunnar Solskjaer appears to have already planned what to do with the youngster, the winger's role in the club''s stacked roster.

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According to an unknown scout inside Old Trafford, the idea is to have Diallo and MasonGreenwood lead the attacking line which is expected to be one of the best-attacking forces ever and a nightmare for defenders.

'A future attackers involving Amad Diallo and Mason Greenwood, each talent comfortable using both feet, would be a great nightmare for defenders,' the scout recently told The Athletic.

Man United Report: Scout Leaks Solskjaer's Plan For New Signing

Indeed, the England international Greenwood has already made his name for Solskjaer's list and is now a regular in the first team.

The Ivory Coast player on the other hand has just made five first-team appearances for Atalanta, two of which came this season.

However, the Red Devils manager Solskjaer remains optimistic about the 18-year-old's potential, having monitored the player's progress for some time before making a transfer request.

'Diallo is a young boy who we have watched for a few years,' Manchester United coach Solskjaer said of Amad.

'We have seen him here play in the UEFA Youth Champions League for the kids. He is very talented with special abilities of course.'

'Very good balance, reads the game very well and for a youngster, he seems very mature in his decision-making,' Solskjaer added. 'A boy that we are happy to develop further.'


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