Manchester United teenager Amad Diallo has joined Rangers on loan for the rest of the season.
The highly-rated teenager arrived from Serie A side Atalanta last January, signing for a fee of 21million euros (£18.7million) that could reach 41m euros (£36.5m) with add-ons and best uk online casino kept a close eye on the deal at the time.
However, Diallo made eight appearances last term and was set to join Dutch club Feyenoord on a season-long loan in August before for a thigh injury. He remained in the peripheral since then.
The Ivorian has only played one first-team match for United since returning to fitness and has now joined reigning Scottish champions Rangers on loan. Understandably, he is looking ahead.
“I am delighted to join Rangers until the end of the season,” Diallo said. It is fantastic for me at this stage of my career to have the opportunity to come to such a big club that is challenging on several fronts and will give me some excellent opportunities to test myself in many environments.
“I look forward to training with my teammates for the first time tomorrow and to meeting the fans for the first time at Ross County on Saturday.”
What can Diallo offer Rangers?
Diallo, who loves games at best online casino Australia, is explosive on the wings. Being a left-footer, he favours attacking from the right. When he drives forwards with the ball he prefers to use numerous small touches, in a style similar to that of Eden Hazard.
Doing so allows him to skip around opponents challenging or pressing him without sacrificing his direction of travel – particularly when attacking infield from a wide starting position.
His aggressive changes of direction are well-timed, and are complemented by the powerful acceleration he can employ to beat opponents. From positions outside of his opposing central defenders he can also hit low balls across goal towards the far post and towards teammates making supporting runs from the opposite direction.
He offers an increased threat when he is wider and can easily best his makers with his dribbling skills. Diablo will add energy, pace, trickery and goals to Rangers. That’s if he manages to stay away from the treatment room.