The recovery phase of the midfielder is almost over. Diawara could be a starter in the next Serie A match against Sampdoria.
No one would have expected the midfielder of the Guinean national team to become an irreplaceable player in Fonseca‘s tactical system. The Portuguese coach gave him the keys of his team and Amadou Diawara showed his undisputed quality until the moment of his injury.
The last match he played was the one against Genoa that took place at the Stadio Marassi on January 19, 2020. Then, the 22-year-old from Conakry (Guinea) picked up a knee injury and started a long phase of recovery.
Although the next game of the Giallorossi will be the Europa League clash against Sevilla, Diawara may be the best surprise for Fonseca against Sampdoria on Sunday, March 15th, 2020.
Two months after his injury, Amadou Diawara may be a starter in the match the Giallorossi will play against the former Roma coach Ranieri. Paulo Fonseca needs Diawara for his ability to play in front of the backline. The Guinean is a perfect playmaker capable of managing the rhythms of his team.