Man Utd winger delivers seven-word notice over his destiny amid summer exit belief.
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Man Utd winger delivers seven-word notice over his destiny amid summer exit belief.

Man Utd winger delivers seven-word notice over his destiny amid summer exit belief.

Amad Diallo has sent a message regarding his destiny at Manchester United once his loan spell with Sunderland concludes.

Amad Diallo on the prospects of Man Utd

On Monday, the final day of the regular season, the Black Cats qualified for the playoffs, bringing an end to his temporary tenure with the Championship club.

They began the day in seventh place and outside of the playoffs, knowing they needed a victory at Deepdale against Preston North End and a loss by either Coventry or Millwall. A tie would have been sufficient for Tony Mowbray’s squad.

Amad put the Black Cats ahead with a 20-yard arching shot that beat North End goalkeeper Freddie Woodman early in the second half.

By the 65th minute, the contest was over as Sunderland led 3-0. Alex Pritchard and Jack Clarke scored goals to secure the victory.

And owing to Millwall’s shocking 4-3 home loss to Blackburn after leading 3-1, the Black Cats finished sixth.
Amad, one of their most important players this season, scored his 13th goal of the year at Deepdale. Due to Ross Stewart’s injury-related absence for much of the season, Amad’s production has been crucial.

Mowbray stated last week (via Metro) that United would evaluate the Ivorian winger’s development during their preseason tour this summer prior to reaching a decision on his future.

And The Sun reports that Ten Hag is contemplating loaning Amad to a ‘less physical’ competition, such as the Dutch Eredivisie.

During his post-match media obligations at Deepdale, however, the winger discussed his possible future plans.
Amad told the media after the game, via Football Transfers, “We’ll see, and maybe I’ll come back.”

And in an interview with Sky Sports correspondent David Craig, he said, “I’m hoping that if we get promoted to the Premier League next season, I’ll return. I’m not sure.”

Rob Edwards’ side finished third in the Championship regular season, and now face Luton in the semi-final of the play-offs.

The winner of this two-legged tie will then face Middlesbrough or Coventry at Wembley for a spot in the Premier League next season. Amad’s performances will undoubtedly garner the focus of United’s key players.

Man Utd winger delivers seven-word notice over his destiny amid summer exit belief.