Manchester United striker Amad Diallo has been fined for using fake documents in Italy, as per Sky Sports.
Diallo was fined €48,000 for this offence. And Manchester United declined to comment.
Manchester United signed the 18-year-old Ivorian on January 7. He was reportedly paid €30 million plus bonuses.
But, in his past, he applied for a family reunion based on fake documents proving family kinship.
The Italian football federation said two people – Hamed Mamadou Traore and Marina Edwige Karin Teher – pretended to be Diallo’s parents.
This allowed Diallo to enter Italy and sign for club Boca Barco in 2015, before signing a professional contract with Atalanta, from where he moved to Man Utd.