Amad Diallo has been a key figure for Sunderland this season. He played 37 times this season scoring 13 and assisting 4.
Manchester United paid up to £37million for the Ivorian who made three Premier League appearances in the 2020/21 season, before spending time out on loan at Rangers last time round.
According to the Sun, Diallo is rumored to a potential move to the Netherlands, a league that has proven to be a hotbed for talent to prove themselves.
Ex-Hoops boss Tony Mowbray admitted Sunderland would relish the chance to extend Diallo’s loan on Tyneside but said the ball was squarely in Ten Hag’s court.
He said recently: “Man United are happy but I think the next step is for them to take him on pre-season to America. I think when the new manager came in it was right on the cusp of whether they were going to keep him or not.
“He liked some of the stuff but he maybe wasn’t sure about other things. I’m sure he’s been watching Amad’s clips from games, just as I watch all of our players who are out on loan. They know how successful the loan has been but United and Ten Hag now have to decide.
“He is playing every week, he scores, and the fans love him. He has a Man U salary while playing for Sunderland. But he couldn’t come to Sunderland on a Man United salary.”
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