Posted: 12:17 GMT, 10 February 2021 | Updated: 14:54 GMT, Jan. February 2021

Manchester United’s new signing Amad Diallo was fined £ 42 in Italy000 occupied for using forged documents and false parents to move from Ivory Coast to Europe

Diallo made his first appearance on the United States squad for Tuesday night’s FA Cup game against West Ham after his £ 37million move from Atalanta

The FIGC, the governing body of Italian football, imposed the fine after the 18-year-old winger and his brother Hamed, who plays for Serie A for Sassuolo, accepted a plea to avoid a ban

Amad Diallo was fined £ 42 in Italy000 for using forged documents and false parents to aid his 2015 move from Ivory Coast

Diallo was not able to move to Old Trafford until January while receiving an Italian passport and waiting to be issued a UK visa and work permit

A statement said the two players “used fake certifications that allowed them to reunite with fictional parents in Italy”

It added: “The two called for” the application of the sanction under Art 126 of the Code of Sports Justice, “that is, the bargain plea: The Federal Prosecutor’s Office therefore has a penalty of 48000 euros for Amad Diallo and another 48000 euros imposed on Hamed Traore ‘

The investigation looked into allegations that a child trafficking ring of five adults smuggled the two boys into Italy six years ago on family visas, including two who falsely claimed to be their mother and father – Hamed Mamadou Traore and Marina Edwige Carine Teher

The false documents are said to have been used so that Diallo could sign for the Junior Club Boca Barco in 2015 and for Atalanta three years later

It is also alleged that Amad Diallo Traore was not the player’s real name and Hamed may not even be his brother

After taking the name Traore on his 18th Dropped his birthday last July and changed it legally to Diallo in September, he decided to have Amad on the back of his shirt at United

The move came in October after United agreed to pay Atalanta £ 19m plus an additional £ 18m in fringe benefits, but Diallo was not able to move to Old Trafford until January while receiving an Italian passport and on waited to be issued with a UK visa and work permit

The teenager was quickly added to the United first-team squad after scoring two goals in his debut for the club’s U23 selection against Liverpool last week and making three assists in his second game against Blackburn

Diallo was an unused substitute in Tuesday’s 1-0 win over West Ham at Old Trafford but is expected to make his senior debut soon

Diallo’s brother Hamed plays for Sassuolo from Serie A and has also been fined

However, he was further investigated in Italy as part of the investigation launched by the Parma Public Prosecutor’s Office

Although Diallo and his brother, who were both interviewed and gave DNA samples, could not be charged because they were under 18 at the time of the alleged crimes, this did not prevent the Italian association from taking further action / p>

Comparisons have been drawn with former Chievo winger Eriberto, who was banned for four months in 2002 – the same year Diallo was born in the Ivory Coast capital of Abidjan – after the Brazilian admitted about his name, his age and his passport lied to secure a new life in Italy

Diallo and his brother avoided a similar punishment with the pleading deal fully confirmed by the FIGC

It read: “In view of the notice of the Federal Prosecutor’s Office of the decision adopted in Case No. 1130 pf 19/20 against Amad Diallo and Hamed Traore for the following conduct

‘Amad Diallo, alias Traore Diallo Amad (born 11 July 2002 in Côte d’Ivoire), in violation of Art 4, Paragraph 1 and Art 32, Paragraph 7 of the Code of Sports Justice, that he was on 14 January 2015 (2014/15 sports season) at company A in order to be able to be registered S.D. Boca Barco, with the name Traore Diallo Amad, states that unregistered subjects (the following Traorè Hamed Mamadou and Teher Marina Edwige Carine) and other subjects of the state who have not been identified, carried out acts aimed at obtaining false or altered certificates or documents To get around the rules for entering Italy and membership, as he was working extra-community, by reuniting with the Ivorian citizens already resident in Italy, who pretended to be parents of the player de quo, and demanded their family reunification Use of false certificates confirming the relationship

‘In addition, to be able to sign the first professional contract with Atalanta Bergamasca Calcio S. July 2018, other undocumented persons (Mr Traorè Hamed Mamadou and Teher Marina Edwige Carine) under the false name of Traore Diallo Amad took action to obtain false or altered certificates or documents in order to circumvent the rules for entry into Italy and membership as Non-EU citizens by reuniting with the Ivorian citizens already resident in Italy who pretended to be parents of the Footballer de Quo and requested their family reunification using false certificates proving the family relationship

‘Finally, in order to have subsequent memberships with companies affiliated with the FichGCHe continued to use the false certificates that had enabled him to reunite with fictional parents in Italy ‘

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