Solskjaer says Amad is looking really good in training and may not go on loan

Amad may not end up going out on loan after all, says Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Manchester United are keeping an open mind and Solskjaer says Amad could stay.

The MEN claimed last week Amad would be sent on loan. Fabrizio Romano reported Crystal Palace and FC Basel were keen, with Talksport linking Sheffield United.

Speaking at his press conference on Friday, Solskjaer says he is tempted to keep Amad after how well he has performed in training this week.

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Solskjaer said: “With Amad, I have to say he’s doing really, really well in training, he’s come back a little later after the Olympics and now he’s looking really good.

“I wouldn’t be surprised if he stays as well. It has to be the right loan, the club, way of playing.”

Amad is an impact maker and United may end up regretting loaning him out.

Solskjaer believes he is capable of performing at a high level for United and could be used over the course of the coming season.

If Jadon Sancho or Mason Greenwood were to get injured, United would quickly regret loaning Amad out.

While the winger could benefit from playing regular football elsewhere, United will put their own needs first, quite rightly, and Amad may simply be too good to send out.

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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