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Amad Diallo Could Be The Only Manchester United Player To Win A Trophy This Season

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Amad Diallo Could Be The Only Manchester United Player To Win A Trophy This Season

Amad Diallo could end up being the only Manchester United player to win a major trophy this season.

While United have had a campaign to forget and are out of contention for silverware both domestically and in Europe, Diallo might finish the season with a winner's medal.

The 19-year-old is currently on loan at Rangers, who booked their place in the Europa League final with victory over RB Leipzig on Thursday night.

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Trailing 1-0 from the first leg in Germany, Rangers produced a stunning performance to beat Leipzig 3-1 at Ibrox – progressing to the final on May 18, where they will face Eintracht Frankfurt.

Diallo joined Rangers on loan in the January transfer window and has made seven appearances for the club, scoring once.

He is yet to play for Rangers in the Europa League but could still end up with a winner's medal, even if he doesn't feature in the final.

UEFA rules state: "The winning team is presented with forty gold medals and the runner-up with forty silver medals.

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"Additional medals may not be produced."

Despite not featuring in the win over Leipzig, Diallo was a prominent participant in the celebrations after the match.

The Ivory Coast international was seen dancing on the pitch at full time, decked out in numerous scarves and a union jack bucket hat.

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After the match, he took to Twitter to express his love for the blue side of Glasgow.

"The others take us for a ride for 6 points but God allowed us to play the Europa League final," he tweeted.

"I love u Rangers."

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It will be the second consecutive Europa League final for Diallo, who was part of the United squad that lost to Villarreal last season.

United were beaten 11-10 on penalties after the final had ended 1-1, with Edinson Cavani cancelling out Gerard Moreno's opener in Gdansk.

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Featured Image Credit: Instagram: Amad Diallo

Topics: Manchester United, Amad Diallo, Football, Rangers, Europa League, Premier League

Rory O'Callaghan
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