Manchester United attacker Amad Diallo has allegedly remained as a transfer target for the Eredivisie outfit Feyenoord.
The Dutch side were in line to sign the ace on loan during the summer transfer market, only for the Ivory Coast international forward to pick up an injury shortly before the end of August.
While the 19-year-old youngster is yet to return to action for the Red Devils’ academy side, it appears that De Stadionclub are already considering a second approach for the highly-rated player.
According to a fresh report from Feyenoord Transfermrket, Arne Slot’s side want to sign Amad on loan for the second half of the campaign.
The report implies that they would be open to securing the talent’s services for a longer period than the final five months of the 2021-22 term.
Arsenal’s Reiss Nelson was purchased as an alternative, but the England youth international is yet to feature for his new club.
Meantime, Manchester United will think about selling Jesse Lingard for £15 million in January if the player’s contract situation at Old Trafford is unresolved at the turn of the year, according to The Sun.
The report states that the management have offered the forward a new deal worth £135,000 per week but Jesse is not currently willing to sign an extension while Lingard continues to struggle for starts.