Manchester United’s Amad Diallo was expected to continue his development at Feyenoord this season and the Red Devils were ready to let him join the Dutch club on a loan deal in the summer.

The transfer was cancelled after the 19-year-old picked up an injury in training towards the end of the last window.

Diallo has regained full fitness and made his first appearance of this season against Young Boys earlier this month. Feyenoord haven’t forgotten about the youngster if reports coming out of the Dutch press are to be believed.

On December 8th, journalist Sinclair Bishop reported it is ‘very possible’ for the Ivory Coast international to join the Eredivisie side on a loan deal in the winter market.

The possibility for the former Atalanta youngster to end up at Feyenoord next month looks slim because of the stance maintained by the Red Devils.

Feyenoord Transfermarkt now state the Rotterdam club ‘gets zero on Manchester United’s claim for Amad Diallo’. In other words, the Premier League side are not planning to let the player leave on a temporary deal in January.

Feyenoord must now look elsewhere as their search for a ‘direct reinforcement for the attack line continues’.