Manchester United have not seen Amad in action for the club since May.
And it is tough for the young winger to force his way into the starting line-up right now with mega-money signing Jadon Sancho struggling for game time.
Amad is doing his best to state his case in training sessions and a recent clip released by the club caught fans’ attention this week.
The 19-year-old’s confidence and nimble footwork was clear to see.
He scored a rabona shot from a Jadon Sancho cross, into an empty net, and then at (0.50) in the clip below, he left goalkeeper Dean Henderson on the floor as his trickery confused his teammate, before passing the ball to Marcus Rashford to score.
Winning the confidence of his teammates
The biggest takeaway from Amad’s showing in this clip is that he looks like he belongs.
Not just that, but he stands out as one of the most eye-catching players in the group from a talent perspective.
This is a player United need to nurture, and sprinkle into the first team where it is possible.
Amad is the type of game-changer United could benefit from right now, at least as an impact player from the bench.
A loan move is likely in January, with a switch to Feyenoord falling through due to injury.
Now fit again he is winning the confidence of his teammates in training sessions, and quite possibly his manager too.
Amad scored two goals and provided one assist in his recent under-23 game for United.
A hope for fans
Amad is a player supporters believe in, providing he gets game time to show his qualities.
Here is a look at what fans have been saying about the teenage wonderkid on social media…
Amad is going to be an unreal baller. His composure and end product at his age is outrageous— Utd_Dez (@oles_lads) November 17, 2021
I’m not sure enough people understand how much of a superstar Amad could become. Every time I watch him I’ve been so impressed.— GunmanGreenwood (@simplyunitedZA) November 17, 2021
Amad is class, why Solksjaer doesn’t play him makes no sense— Darrensheppertonni (@Darrenshepperto) November 17, 2021
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