Amad’s loan to Dutch side Feyenoord is ‘at risk’ according to Fabrizio Romano.
Manchester United had agreed to loan Amad to the Dutch club.
Amad was due to travel for a medical, and now it is unclear what will happen.
The Ivory Coast winger reportedly suffered an injury in a training session.
The severity of the injury facing Amad is unclear. All parties will hope it is just minor.
The loan would have been Amad’s path to regular first team football, with his Manchester United chances further hampered by the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo.
Amad has only played approximately 600 minutes of club football in his career to date and needs to go and play regularly.
Obviously he needs to go and pass a medical with Feyenoord, but hopefully there can be some leeway if it is just a minor injury.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer did not discuss Amad in his pre or post game Wolves appearances on TV.
Feyenoord won their first two games of the Eredivisie season but lost 3-1 to Utrecht at the weekend.
If Amad is unable to go on loan, then United will look to utilise him where possible when fit and review another loan in January.
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