Rangers loanee Amad Diallo is not expected to extend his stay at Ibrox beyond the end of the season, according to the Manchester Evening News reporter Steven Railston:
Amad scored on his debut for Rangers but he’s since played just 220 minutes in two months. While I understand no decision on what he does next will be made until United appoint a new manager, it seems highly unlikely he’ll return to Rangers #mufc https://t.co/v06htEVtfP
— Steven Railston (@StevenRailston) March 25, 2022
The Ivorian arrived from Manchester United in the January transfer window but things haven’t gone to plan for the youngster, who was hoping to gain experience during his spell in Scotland.
Diallo has only made two league starts for the Gers; one of which was the 3-0 defeat to Celtic in February, when he was hauled off at half-time. Since then, manager Giovanni van Bronckhorst has used the 19-year-old pretty sparingly. The teenager, who cost United £37m, has played just six matches, playing a total of 220 minutes.
Blooding a young player into the first team whilst trying to perform week in, week out both domestically and in Europe has proven to be tricky so, while it is disappointing that things haven’t worked out with Diallo, no one is really to blame for the situation.