“I just think at this moment in time if United were gonna bring someone back, you bring back someone who actually wants to play there, play football, and go out and prove a point really, because I think he’s been let down, maybe by the club [or] by the previous manager.
“So, it’ll be interesting to see what happens next season with another manager coming up, I presume, about him getting an opportunity. But I’m quite sure he’s not going to put himself through what he went through before.
“I mean, he himself, or his agent, will get sorted out exactly what is going to happen, how much game time, what are his opportunities going to be like and more importantly, if he does well, is he going to get regular football.”
While Martial is believed to be keen on a new challenge anyway, and Tuanzebe has struggled to emerge from the fringes at Old Trafford, £37million-signing Diallo may end up disappointed if he fails to bed down in Manchester.