Watch Man Utd loanee Amad Diallo score screamer for Sunderland as Red Devils continue to reject permanent transfer bids | The Sun

AMAD DIALLO continued his stunning form for Sunderland with a brilliant goal last night.

The forward, 20, departed Manchester United for a season-long loan at the Stadium of Light last summer.

After a slow start, the Ivory Coast star is now shining under Tony Mowbray and is finally showing glimpses of what earned him a big-money move to the Red Devils.

His latest strike came in Sunderland’s thumping 4-1 Championship win at Wigan.

After exchanging passes with Patrick Roberts, Diallo unleashed a swerving effort from outside of the box past the goalkeeper to send the away supporters wild.

That was his sixth goal of the campaign for the Black Cats, who have now moved up to fourth in the table.

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Diallo failed to impress while on loan at Scottish giants Rangers last term but is still attracting plenty of interest from abroad.

The former Atalanta ace has allegedly been the subject of approaches from clubs back in Italy.

However, United still remain confident that he can do the business for them in the future and have snubbed all offers and interest from him.

That is according to journalist Fabrizio Romano, who also stated that his deal with Sunderland also includes no option to buy.

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He tweeted this update: “Manchester United are really happy with Amad Diallo and his development on loan at Sunderland.

“Goals, quality and attitude have been excellent.

“There's no buy option, also Man Utd have turned down approaches from Italy for permanent move months ago.”

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