Check Out “Sunderland sporting director Kristjaan Speakman believes Amad Diallo is ready for the Premier League next season.” The 20-year-old winger truly stood out during his loan season at the Stadium Of Light, scoring 14 goals in 43 games for the Black Cats, including some absolutely brilliant goals along the road.

Speakman thinks that Diallo is prepared for life in one of Europe’s top divisions with Erik ten Hag set to take a look at him this summer, despite the fact that Sunderland would love to re-sign the player on loan.

According to Speakman, who was reported by The Northern Echo, “I’m so happy Amad sat in here with me and Tony [Mowbray] at the end of the season and had a vibrant smile on his face.” He cherished it. That’s what we want, of course.

Amad can go back to Sunderland, right? In my opinion, no. He ought to be competing in the top leagues, whether it’s the Bundesliga, La Liga, or England.

“He is a player at that level. He was assisted in getting back on track by the staff, players, and fans, and maybe this will inspire other players to join Sunderland.

Sunderland Sporting Director Kristjaan Speakman Believes Amad Diallo Is Ready For The Premier League Next Season
Sunderland Sporting Director Kristjaan Speakman Believes Amad Diallo Is Ready For The Premier League Next Season

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When asked about Harvey Barnes’ future, Enzo Maresca expressed some skepticism about it.

There have been rumors that the Leicester winger could leave the club, and reports has it on good authority that West Ham will step up their interest in the player once Declan Rice’s transfer to Arsenal is finalized.

In light of the departure, the former assistant coach at Manchester City stated, “The market is open, and anything can happen.” We are able to recruit new players, but if they don’t work out, we can always move them on.

Despite wanting Jamie Vardy to remain with the team, Enzo Maresca acknowledges that anything may happen during the transfer window.

The seasoned striker declined a lucrative transfer to Saudi Arabia earlier this summer due to family obligations.

The Foxes will need critical experience as they adjust to life in the Championship ahead of the new season, and the new head coach feels he can rely on Vardy for that.

Maresca responded, “Absolutely, yes,” when asked if he wanted the striker to stay. He is an amazing player. I hope he can remain here with us.