Amad pictured doing extra training with Manchester United's fitness coach

Manchester United winger Amad returned to training last week and he was spotted at Carrington with his teammates yesterday.

Amad was not called up to the Ivory Coast national team as he is just recovering from an injury which cancelled his loan switch to Feyenoord.

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Now the winger is working hard to be ready if and when Manchester United need him amid an intense run of fixtures ahead.

Amad showcased pictures from Tuesday’s training session of him doing one on one work with fitness coach Paulo Gaudino.


Working towards a return

Amad will be desperate to be involved when Manchester United take on his former club Atalanta in the Champions League.

The expanded benches and five substitute rule gives Amad a greater chance of getting on than in Premier League matches.

He just has to ensure he is available for the upcoming home and away ties, and he is doing everything he can to try and prove his fitness.

From there he has to demonstrate to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and the coaching staff that he is sharp, and capable of making a surprise impact.

Amad is United’s secret weapon amongst an array of superstars – but Atalanta will be all too aware of the threat he can pose.

Amad’s fantastic career start

  1. Amad scored on his Atalanta debut

    Amad made an instant impression scoring in a 7-1 win for Atalanta on his Serie A debut in 2019.

  2. Too good for United under-23s

    In three games for Manchester United under-23s, Amad scored three goals and provided four assists.

  3. Europa League star

    Amad scored in his third ever Europa League game, netting an opening goal against AC Milan.

  4. Premier League impact

    Amad provided an assist on his first ever Premier League start, setting Mason Greenwood up for a goal against Leicester.

  5. International hero

    On just his second international appearance, Amad scored a matchwinning free-kick for Ivory Coast against Burkina Faso.

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