Manchester United star reveals reason for social media deactivation: “There are bad things to see during fasting”

Man United star has shed light on why he deactivated his social media

Manchester United star, Amad Diallo has been the topic of conversation on social media this week. The 21-year-old deactivated his social media accounts earlier during the week and people have started to speculate.

Before his account was deactivated, Diallo removed everything that linked him to the Red Devils. A lot of people thought that this was the Ivorian showing dissent since he hasn’t been getting any playing time under Erik ten Hag.

Diallo has only made three appearances playing just 63 minutes out of a possible 180. The 21-year-old has a lot of potential but opportunities at United, have been sparse, to say the least.

However, it turns out that Diallo only deactivated his socials because of the month of Ramadan. It could be that he removed posts from Manchester United because he doesn’t want to be linked to “The Red Devils” during such a holy month.

Here’s what the 21-year-old had to say about the situation. (h/t Fabrizio Romano)

“It’s holy month for me and social media is a place where there are bad things to see during fasting”.

He also asked the fans to stop the hatred since there is nothing wrong with what he has done. Since he isn’t getting a lot of playing time the Ivorian will be focusing on Ramadan instead.

Amad Diallo might not be at Manchester United for too long if his playing situation doesn't improve.
Amad Diallo might not be at Manchester United for too long if his playing situation doesn’t improve. (Photo by OLI SCARFF/AFP via Getty Images)

Even if he does get to play, Diallo will likely be fasting. But that shouldn’t be a big issue as there have been players before him who have played just fine while fasting during Ramadan.

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Karim Benzema is one such player whose performance levels have never dropped despite fasting during games.

Diallo will be hoping that the month of Ramadan will bless him with some much-needed playing time.