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Erik ten Hag is expected to take charge of Manchester United as their new manager and as per Fabrizio Romano, the new boss will not waste time in determining the future for Amad Diallo.

Amad is currently with Rangers FC on a loan spell but will return to Old Trafford in the summer and according to Romano, all of United’s loanees will know their future as soon as the 21/22 season comes to an end.

“[It’s] really important for Erik ten Hag to decide as soon as possible on the players who are out on loan,” said Romano on his YouTube channel, as quoted.

“He wants these players to decide if they are a part of the project or not now, in May or in June. Not at the end of the market.

“Same for Amad Diallo, who’ll be back from Rangers.”

Will Rangers FC look to sign him for another loan deal?

He came to Ibrox with a lot of promise but the winger has turned out to be a massive disappointment.

He’s played only 162 minutes of football in the Premiership across five matches and right now, he’s way down the pecking order at the club. Amad Diallo was brought in as a hurried back up and it’s safe to say that this experiment has failed massively.

The 19-year-old scored on his Rangers debut back in January against Ross County but since then he’s been a massive dud. The Gers boss has not even used him for a single minute in the Europa League so far.

Some experts think Amad Diallo should be given one more chance but there’s no way Rangers FC will bring him back for a second spell and unnecessarily inflate their wage bills.

Will Man United hold onto him for the 22/23 season?

Manchester United, on the other hand, can afford to keep a player like Amad Diallo on their books for one full season without much consequence.

Erik ten Hag is a manager who likes to nurture talents and since the winger is only 19, the manager will have the opportunity to remould him into a better player.

Ralf Rangnick has admitted that there will be a massive exodus at Man United this summer but we have a feeling Amad Diallo will survive this storm primarily because he hasn’t yet gotten a proper chance to prove himself neither at Old Trafford nor with Rangers. At both these clubs, the Ivorian has been used as a filler without getting the chance to play a consistent and uninterrupted number of matches.

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