Amath Ndiaye to go on loan to Real Valladolid

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Amath Ndiaye is on the verge of joining Real Valladolid as a new player. The Blanquivioleta team and Real Mallorca have started to agree on a loan deal until the end of the season. There are only a few minor issues left to negotiate, with the main obstacle being a purchase option. This transfer will bring the Senegalese winger back to Pucela, a club where he played in the training categories.

The Senegalese attacker trained at the Son Bibiloni facilities this morning while Real Mallorca and Real Valladolid finalized the details. He trained with the group, knowing that it could be his last session as a player for the Balearic team. He will leave on loan, but if the purchase option negotiated in the last few hours is included, he may not return to the island, where he has a contract until 2025.

Amath leaves Real Mallorca after being an important player in the 20/21 season, contributing nine goals to achieve promotion to the First Division. However, in the current campaign, he lost prominence after wasting many opportunities given by Javier Aguirre, to the point of losing his trust. He played 385 minutes in the league spread over 15 games this season, in which he has not scored any goals.

The potential move to Real Valladolid will reunite Amath with the club where he played in the training categories. This transfer will provide him with a fresh start and the opportunity to regain his form and confidence. Real Valladolid will benefit from his experience and goal-scoring ability, as they look to strengthen their squad for the remainder of the season.

Overall, the potential transfer of Amath Ndiaye to Real Valladolid represents an exciting opportunity for both the player and the club. It will be interesting to see how he adapts to his new surroundings and whether he can make a positive impact on the team. With negotiations ongoing, it is only a matter of time before the deal is finalized, and Amath officially becomes a Real Valladolid player.

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