Amad Diallo considers his ability to be a gift he offers to Man Utd
Man Utd has poured £ 37 million of faith into Amad Diallo, with the talented teenager considering his dribbling ability the greatest gift he has to offer the Red Devils in return.
Diallo has a ball and he thinks
Ole Gunnar greeted the highly regarded forward on his books during the January transfer window, with a deal negotiated in the summer of 2020, and handed him eight outs to date. A high-profile international with the Ivory Coast, Amad Diallo is eager to see more minutes and believes he boasts the creative qualities that will enable him to thrive for the Premier League heavyweights.
Questioned by United’s official website about how he honed his ability to slide past opponents, Amad Diallo said it was tough, but honestly, he thinks it’s a gift. Diallo thinks you are dribbling using your technique and your intellect.
According to Amad Diallo, for example, if you are faced with two defenders, then perhaps you cannot dribble, or you can only play one or two, so you have to use your head and your skills to decide what to do initially and then your next move. So when Diallo has a ball and thinks about what he can do, play one or two, dribble, that’s what he thinks.
Amad Diallo is never afraid to play
United have high hopes for Amad Diallo and have seen him open the top scoring goal in the Europa League clash with Milan. He was also handed a Premier League start alongside fellow Anthony Elanga and Mason Greenwood against Leicester City in May, with a confident character who takes all these challenges in his quest. Amad Diallo added to his mentality that to tell you the truth, he is never afraid to play.
It was always his strength, never afraid to play. When he was told the day before the game that he was going to play against Leicester. Amad was a little nervous at first, but this is football, you can never be afraid and when Amad Diallo came out on the court he could just see 11 players against 11 more and he thinks it went well as you say.