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Reports: What United's most senior scouts said about Amad Daillo

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Manchester United will welcome a player who's captain, Papu Gomez has likened to Messi revealing defenders are scared to face him in training: Amad Diallo.

Amad Diallo was one of the four players United signed on deadline day alongside Facundo Pellistri, Alex Telles, and Edinson Cavani. An academy graduate of the highly esteemed Atlanta football academy who are been branded the best at developing youngsters in Italian football.

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The Manchester Evening News reports what the reports of United's most senior scouts said about Diallo as they evaluated their decision to sign the youngster.

The MEN say the head of academy recruitment Dave Harrison, chief scouts Marcel Bout and Jim Lawlor, and technical chief scout Mick Court all filed reports on Diallo.

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All reports suggested that the Ivory Coast winger was better developed than most academy players at Old Trafford. Adding that Amad Diallo will rise quickly to being a first-team regular.

Although he has barely played for Atlanta this season as they take precautions to avoid injury scare ahead of his move to Manchester United in January. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

Amad Diallo has continued his fine form on the training ground as recent footage emerge where he was captured terrorizing Atlanta defenders in a training game.

Manchester are about to welcome a player of immense potential come January!

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