Amad Diallo was thrown in at the deep end following his arrival from Atalanta, joining Manchester United senior squad this week at Carrington.
Having agreed a deal with Atalanta which could rise to £37million, United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer suggested that fans could see more of the teenage talent in senior training
Speaking to the club’s website about the Ivorian’s training plan, Solskjaer said: “That’s the decision we have to make with the bubbles and all this, they need competitive games and at the moment we don’t have any.
“He will be training [with us] and let’s see when he’ll get his first game-time – if it’s from the bench with us or with the 23s, likely to be the 23s of course.”
And the Norwegian was impressed with his first training session, adding: “Amad has looked really comfortable and he’s settled in really well in training.
“It shows how technically adept he is and, of course, we’ll give him time to settle and adjust. But hopefully we can see him on the pitch in not too long.
“He’s definitely done well in training.”