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Man United reportedly have no desire to loan Amad Diallo back to Atalanta after the youngster officially becomes a Red Devil.

The Italian outfit are thought to be eager to keep the 18-year-old on loan until the summer after his anticipated arrival at Old Trafford this month.

However, Manchester Evening News claims Solskjaer’s side are keen to have the teenager settle into United’s squad as soon as possible.

United are thought to be in the process of sorting out a work permit for Diallo after the clubs agreed on a £37million transfer of the winger.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes Anthony Martial will soon be racking up more United goals this term.

The Frenchman, who has scored five times in 18 appearances this term, was on target against Aston Villa. And Solskjaer believes United are seeing “a more confident” Martial in front of goal this term.

Meanwhile, Timothy Fosu-Mensah is thought to be keen on remaining at Old Trafford, despite rejecting the club’s latest offer.

Manchester Evening News claims the Dutch player feels he is worth more than the current offer proposed by the club.

And the United star, whose contract expires at the end of this season, has made three appearances so far this term.

It is reported AS Monaco, Marseille and Bayer Leverkusen have all shown an interest in the defender.

And Harry Maguire has been hailed as phenomenal for United by former Old Trafford star Lee Sharpe.

The United skipper, who endured troubles off the pitch last year, ended 2020 leading his team-mates to seven wins and two draws out of nine games in December.

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Sharpe told Stadium Astro: “I think what happened in the summer on his holidays has spilled over a little bit.

“But I think the consistency levels since he got to United have been phenomenal. He has shored up the defence, he reads the game really well, he can play.”





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