The transfer chain reaction from Manchester United might lead to the young star returning to Sunderland.
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The transfer chain reaction from Manchester United might lead to the young star returning to Sunderland.

The transfer chain reaction from Manchester United might lead to Amad Diallo returning to Sunderland.

Any prospective move for fan-favorite Sunderland loanee Amad Diallo may depend on the actions of some of England’s top clubs during the summer transfer window.

Amad scored 14 goals for Sunderland last season, and Tony Mowbray would love to have him back for the upcoming season given his immense success.

Before Diallo could conceivably be allowed to leave, however, a number of transfers must occur.
According to reports, Manchester United manager Erik Ten Hag may seek to offload Jadon Sancho this summer, with Tottenham expressing interest in his services.

Sancho has struggled since his high-priced transfer to England, contributing to just 18 goals in 79 appearances for Manchester United.

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On paper, this would be detrimental to Sunderland’s prospects of reacquiring Diallo, as it would indicate that Ten Hag has Amad in his plans for the upcoming season.

However, according to the Mail, Ten Hag wants to replace Sancho with French winger Moussa Diaby, which would make Diallo available for loan once more.

Mowbray will play a role in any possible return of Amad, as it was reported that the Ivorian would only return to Wearside under Mowbray’s leadership.

There were rumors that Sunderland was investigating potential replacements for the manager, but it appears that he will remain in command for the upcoming season.

Amad is interested in returning to the Stadium of Light, as he left the door open for a return in his farewell message.

“I don’t know what the future contains for me, but I hope we will cross paths again one day. THANKS FOR EVERYTHING.” After his last match for Sunderland, Diallo posted on social media.

Additionally, he has commented on Instagram posts linking him with a return to the Black Cats, leaving a handshake emoji on a post about him and Black Cats manager Tony Mowbray.

The transfer chain reaction from Manchester United might lead to the young star returning to Sunderland.