Amad Diallo Comes, Man United Sells 3 Players

Manchester United will sell the midfield and forward three after they secured the signature of Atalanta winger Amad Diallo Traore. According to The Sun’s report, Friday (8/1/2021), The Red Devils – the nickname of Man United – will release three names, namely Jesse Lingard, Juan Mata and Paul Pogba.

In terms of playing position, Juan Mata and Jesse Lingard operate in the same area as Amad Diallo, the right winger. At present, Juan Mata and Jesse Lingard are the third and fourth choice in the right wing, behind Mason Greenwood and Daniel James.

They automatically become hidden in the presence of Amad Diallo. Moreover, 18-year-old Amad Diallo is said to have skills like Lionel Messi, so there is a big chance of getting regular status.

So, where will Jesse Lingard and Juan Mata end up? Jesse Lingard has been linked with West Browmich (WBA). Jesse Lingard’s experience with Man United, can help The Baggies – the WBA nickname – escape from the relegation trap.

Meanwhile, Juan Mata, a player from Spain, is being hunted by two Spanish giants, Valencia and Atletico Madrid. If leaving for Valencia, Juan Mata returns to his first professional club.

What about Paul Pogba? Pogba’s agent, Mino Raiola, repeatedly said that his client was no longer happy with the Red Devils.

Juventus is said to be the next port of Pogba. Moreover, Juventus currently does not have a high-profile midfielder following the departure of Miralem Pjanic in the summer of 2020.

In addition to the names above, Man United will also release a number of players. They are Marcos Rojo, Sergio Romero and Phil Jones.

For Marcos Rojo, the Argentine passport defender has reportedly reached an agreement with Boca Juniors. Meanwhile, Sergio Romero and Phil Jones, want to leave because their names are not included in the 25 players registered to appear in the 2020-2021 Premier League.

West Ham United are said to have been attracted to Phil Jones, who was once Manchester United’s mainstay defender. Meanwhile, Romero, the former AZ Alkmaar goalkeeper, must find a club that guarantees him to appear as a starter so that he can return to guard the Argentina national team goal.

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