Manchester United winger Amad Diallo has confirmed he ‘should’ return to full training at Carrington by Friday afternoon.
Amad suffered a thigh injury in August which prevented him from leaving Manchester United on loan to join Dutch side Feyenoord.
“It’s going very well. The injury is doing well, I think today is my last day of recovery and I think, tomorrow, I’ll be ready. I should be training with the group. I hope to be ready for that training. It’s a nice feeling,” Amad told Manchester United’s official website.
“To tell you the truth, to be out for so long is not nice. When you’re out [with an injury], you feel like you’re wasting time [not being able to play] but now obviously I’m back in, feeling happy and I hope I won’t have any more injuries and I hope to go on.
“You do need to be strong mentally and especially for me because I should’ve gone on loan and this injury meant that I couldn’t.
“It couldn’t go ahead. That was a bit frustrating for me but I hope to go to my max.”