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Manchester United wonderkid Amad Diallo has only been at the club for just over four months, but the Ivorian winger is making a real name for himself at Old Trafford following a number of impressive performances in the first-team.
The 18-year-old, who joined the Premier League side back in January in a reported £37 million deal from Serie A side Atalanta, has made a total of eight appearances in all competitions under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, scoring once in a Europa League clash against AC Milan.
The youngster will be looking to make another statement in Europe on Wednesday night when United come up against Villarreal in the Europa League final, and fans are desperate to see him feature after showing his talents in training earlier.
Live footage of the club's training session at the Polsat Plus Arena in Gdansk, Poland, was broadcast online for fans to watch on Tuesday evening, with Amad delivering a perfectly weighted, inch-perfect pass to Daniel James, who finished in style.
Just a matter of weeks after signing for the club, Diallo made his highly-anticipated debut in the club's emphatic 6-3 win against Liverpool U23 - and even back then, fans believed has more than ready to break into Solskjaer's first-team plans.
The Ivory Coast-born forward surpassed all expectations in the Premier League U23 clash and his individual highlights prove that.
It took just 13 minutes for Diallo to open his account for the club when he pounced on a sloppy touch from Liverpool centre-back Billy Koumetio. He then used his speed and power to clip the ball away from Koumetio before showcasing composure in front of goal to slot past Marcelo Pitagula.
Oh, and he bagged panenka penalty to make it 6-2.
Are Manchester United fans excited by the prospect of Diallo getting a run of games in the first team next season? Should Solskjaer give him that game time so soon?
Let us know in the comments.
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