Manchester United will be able to play Mame Biram Diouf in January after the Senegal striker was given a work permit.
United signed Diouf from Molde in July before loaning him back to the Norwegian club.
Diouf will be free to play in the Premier League because Senegal failed to qualify for next month’s African Cup of Nations, stopped by a 1-1 draw in October last year that also stopped perennial rivals Gambia, playing both Tijan Jaiteh and Njogu Demba, from progressing in the qualifiers.
He scored 16 goals in 29 games for Molde this season.
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