It is ‘very possible‘ that Manchester United forward Amad Diallo will end up at Feyenoord in the January transfer window.

That’s according to journalist Sinclair Bishop, who believes there is a chance the United youngster will get the move he wanted in the summer come January.

Diallo was linked with a move to Feyenoord throughout the summer, with Manchester United keen to send him out on loan to gain experience and continue his development.

However, an injury put an end to the prospect of any move, with the youngster instead staying at Old Trafford to rehabilitate.

Feyenoord eventually signed Reiss Nelson from Arsenal instead, but their interest in Diallo has not gone away, and several reports have indicated they could be keen to try and secure a loan deal again come January.

Indeed, it’s even been stated that Feyenoord are Diallo’s preferred destination, although the decision now rests on what new Manchester United manager Ralf Rangnick wants to do with him.

That remains to be seen, but Bishop can certainly see Diallo arriving at the Dutch club.

“That’s certainly what Feyenoord wants, but they don’t know yet what corona will do with the budget available in the winter,” he told ESPN’s Voetbalpraat.

“Especially the left-back position is thinly filled, there they only have Malacia.

“It’s very possible that the striker from Manchester United, Diallo, will still come.

“Feyenoord, with all due respect, did a big clean-up last summer and now they actually need to reselect in the winter break. Guys like Diemers and Teixeira, Antonucci maybe.”