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Amad might be about to make two Manchester United transfer decisions for them

Was Manchester United's answer to the their right-wing troubles under their nose all along? Amad's last two performances would have you believe so.

After producing a solid account of himself in Sunday's 1-0 defeat to Arsenal, the Ivorian retained his place for Wednesday night's visit of Newcastle United. He scored and grabbed an assist to play a starring role in helping United record a 3-2 victory.

Although the pass that found Kobbie Mainoo in aces of space for the game's opening goal had a touch of good fortune about it, his goal was much more glittering. It marked his first-ever Premier League goal and it was nothing more than what he deserved.

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Patience has been the name of Amad's game this season. His pre-season campaign was curtailed just one game into the pre-season tour of the United States because of a knee injury and he was sidelined until the end of 2023.

Following his comeback against Nottingham Forest on December 30, he has, in the main, watched Antony continue to fail to make his mark on the right-wing. He also watched Omari Forson start ahead of him in the 2-1 defeat to Fulham in February.

That afternoon, Forson froze, suggesting Erik ten Hag had gone too early when handing him a surprise start. Amad was waiting in the wings and the way in which he was consistently being overlooked was nothing short of baffling.

It was felt that his winning goal in the FA Cup thriller against Liverpool in March would twist Ten Hag's arm and result in him being awarded more opportunities to prove his worth. Again, minutes were limited via the bench.