Atalanta boss details ‘crazy’ Amad Diallo talks to Man Utd

Atalanta boss details ‘crazy’ Amad Diallo talks to Man Utd
Atalanta boss details ‘crazy’ Amad Diallo talks to Man Utd

Release date: Monday, October 12, 2020, 7:51 a.m.

Atalanta President Antonio Percassi has detailed the “crazy” negotiations with Manchester United for Amad Diallo.

The 18-year-old, who has only made three senior appearances, will Join United in January for a fee that could reach £ 37million.

And Percassi has admitted his pride in the deal, revealing that talks between the two clubs went on for some time.


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“Negotiations with Manchester lasted almost a year,” he told the Italian publication The Bergamo eco (about Sports witnesses).

“The details and scenarios are insane. Meeting after meeting, we learned unimaginable things.

“This leads to the growth of the club and enriches the work of everyone, from General Manager Umberto Marino to all the staff.”

Diallo played in both legs when the Atalanta U19 team took on Manchester City in the UEFA Youth League last October and November.

“A few days after the youth league game against Manchester City, the other Manchester contacted us,” added Percassi.

“They followed him and the real negotiations began. We have been to England twice. The text of the final agreement is a contractual masterpiece. ”

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