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Amad Diallo Removes All Reference to Manchester United on Social Media After Injury

Amad Diallo (via Premier League/Twitter)

Amad Diallo has stirred speculation regarding his future at Manchester United by removing all references to the club from his social media profiles.

The 21-year-old has yet to secure a starting position in the Premier League this season and has only appeared as a substitute three times since recovering from a knee injury in December.

Despite impressing during his loan stint with Sunderland last season, he has struggled to compete for a first-team spot at United under Erik ten Hag’s management.

Manchester United (Via Manchester United/Twitter)

Amad’s frustration seems to have reached a tipping point, leading him to erase all traces of United from his social media presence.

Diallo also posted a message in French on X which translates to “This will all end,” possibly hinting at a departure from the club after a tough campaign.

Diallo has made just three appearances in all competitions this season, all on the right wing alongside Alejandro Garnacho and Antony.

Amad Diallo (via Premier League/Twitter)

Diallo’s contract with the club expires in the summer of 2025, and a summer exit is looking increasingly likely, particularly given his latest social media activity.

The Ivorian winger will be hoping to be included in Ten Hag’s squad when the Red Devils take on Liverpool in the FA Cup quarter-final on Sunday, March 17.

However, it’s likely he will remain on the bench for the game against United’s fierce rivals.

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