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Manchester United are set to boosted by the arrival of Atalanta wonderkid Amad Diallo but don't expect to see much movement from the club in the January transfer window, according to coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
However, the Norwegiantacticianhinted there wouldn't likely be any other business during the current player movement period.
"Amad, we've had all the paperwork, I can't see any obstacles," Solskjaersaid.
"Hope very soon he will be with us. Very excited to have him in. He'll need time to develop.
"Apart from that I'm not thinking too much about January."
Right winger Diallo has only played 35 minutes for Atalanta in all competitions this season, with the Serie A club preferring to give game time to prospects staying at the club.
The teenager will likely link up with United's Under-23 team until he acclimatises in England and tries to break into a Manchester United team that is currently flying.
Since losing to Arsenal at the beginning of November, the Red Devils have been unbeaten in their last 10 Premier League matches, winning eight and drawing only two against Manchester City and Leicester City.
"Of course we are happy with what we are doing," Solskjaer said of Man Utd''s unbeaten league run.
"We have shown we have improved a lot in a year. We lost to Arsenal away last new year's day. We have improved immensely. We are getting fitter and fitter and stronger and stronger.