New Man Utd recruit Amad Diallo has been fined by the Italian football federation for utilizing faux paperwork.
Diallo, 18, was ordered to pay 48,000 euros (just over £ 42,000) in respect of paperwork first used to allow him to enter Italy and then to sign for 2 golf equipment – Boca Barco in 2015 and then professionally with Atalanta.
Ivory Coast-born Diallo contacted United last month after leaving Atalanta in a deal value as much as £ 36.5million.
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The Italian federation, FIGC, said two people – Hamed Mamadou Traore and Marina Edwige Carine Teher – had “pretended” to be Diallo’s mother and father and requested for a household reunification based mostly on “faux certificates to attest to the household relationship”.
These paperwork enabled him to sign for Boca Barco in 2015 and Atalanta in 2018, says the FIGC.
Man Utd declined to remark, however it’s understood they’re assured the problem can have no impression on Diallo taking part in for them.
Diallo has impressed in United’s Under-23 squad since becoming a member of and was a part of the first-team squad for the FA Cup fifth-round match against West Ham earlier this week.