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“Good News”-Official: A long-term injured player resumes full first-team training ahead of United’s match against Bournemouth

There is hope for Manchester United’s struggling offensive group, which is battling injuries, disagreements, and form problems.

The club formally declared that Amad Diallo would resume full training with the first team players.

The statement claims that the player has fully recovered from the preseason knee injury that forced his substitution against Arsenal on July 23 owing to a non-contact issue.

Due to this injury, he was unable to play, especially since Erik ten Hag overcame difficulties in the attacking area and Jadon Sancho’s unanticipated absence from the starting lineup.

After an outstanding loan spell at Sunderland last season, where he won the Championship’s Young Player of the Year award, Amad had raised a lot of expectations for a breakthrough campaign.

His contributions demonstrated his adjustment to English football and were instrumental in leading the Black Cats to an unexpected playoff finish in the second division.

This year’s preseason had begun well for Amad before to the injury abruptly ending his breakthrough.

Now that his comeback to first-team training has been verified, it is anticipated that the team would go cautiously while reintroducing him to active action.

Amad will have the chance to regain his match fitness through substitute appearances because there won’t be any international breaks until March and the schedule is packed with games.

With his comeback, Ten Hag will have an additional useful option off the bench compared to the other wingers in the present team.

Amad’s skill and subtle touch around the box could prove crucial in unlocking deep defenses, a problem that has plagued United this season, despite the “run and gun” mentality of the current players.

Both the club and the supporters are optimistic that Amad has gotten over his toughest obstacles and can realize the enormous potential that led United to invest over £38 million in him, if add-on requirements are met.

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