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Man Utd boss Solskjaer says Amad loan plans remain under consideration

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Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says they'll manage Amad's return from injury.

Amad was set for a loan move to Dutch side Feyenoord on transfer deadline day but the deal fell through after the Ivorian winger picked up an injury.

Asked what the plan is now Amad is back in training, Solskjaer said he will get games with the Under-23s and first-team before re-evaluating his options in the next transfer window.

“That would have been a good time for him [to leave on loan]," Solskjaer told United's official website. “Like I've said already, injuries are a part of it and that was a bad injury for him, timing-wise.

“He was looking very sharp. He trained again this morning and we'll give him time to get up to match and full fitness again. If he gets first-team games, Under-23s games… Let's evaluate again in January what's best for him."

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