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Happy Birthday, Ibrahima Diallo!
The Frenchman turns 24 today, as we celebrate some of his best moments.
Video: Players look ahead to the next 12 months
Eight Southampton players sit down for a unique look into the unknown.
Bella-Kotchap ruled out of Bournemouth tie
How the squad is shaping up ahead of Bournemouth.
Video: Diallo insists lessons need to be learned
Hear Diallo's post-match analysis.
Diallo: We have to learn
The Frenchman reflects on defeat at the Etihad.
Video: Two years of Ibrahima Diallo!
It's two years to the day since the Frenchman joined from Stade Brest.
Happy Birthday, Ibrahima Diallo!
The energetic French midfielder turns 23 today.
Last Saint Standing: Diallo vs Perraud
The French duo go head to head in a battle of sporting knowledge.
Video: Diallo on gutsy performance
Midfielder reflects on cruel cup exit against European champions.
Diallo: We have to build on this
Frenchman keen to take the positives from cup exit.
SAINTS: Diallo reveals passion for basketball
Midfielder chats about life away from football inside Saturday's programme.
Video: Shooting hoops with Diallo
Frenchman shares his passion for the NBA and reflects on his first year in England.
On This Day: Diallo becomes a Saint
It's been 12 months to the day since the Frenchman joined on a four-year deal.
Video: Diallo reflects on Cup victory
Diallo shares his thoughts as Saints progress to the fourth round of the Carabao Cup.
Diallo: A special evening
Diallo reflects on Saints' trip to Bramall Lane.
Hasenhüttl: Diallo ready to contribute
Southampton manager on potentially handing the midfielder a first start for the club.
Hasenhüttl ready to call on Diallo
Summer signing set for first Saints start on Boxing Day.
Jankewitz features in Swiss defeat
Youngster Jankewitz featured during Switzerland Under-21 defeat loss to France.
Armstrong's Scotland secure Euro 2020 spot
Tartan Army qualify for first major tournament since 1998.
Saints' November international guide
Armstrong involved in historic week for Scotland.
Saints suffer injury blow
Several first-team players doubtful for Newcastle United meeting.
Diallo enjoys first full week at Staplewood
Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhüttl on working with his new midfielder.
SAINTS: New signings take centre stage
Diallo and Walcott star in matchday programme.
Djenepo and Armstrong to miss Chelsea trip
Attacking duo's absence could accelerate Walcott's introduction.
Ibrahima Diallo Saints HistoryLast updated 30 May 2023
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Ibrahima Diallo BiographyLast updated 27 Jan 2023
Former clubs: Monaco, Brest
Diallo was born in Tours in 1999 and played for his hometown as well as Angoulême and Chambray-Lès-Tours until his big move to Ligue 1 giants Monaco in 2014.
He wasn't alone in his football journey as older brother Abdou Diallo, who now plays for Paris Saint-Germain, was also at the club when Ibrahima joined.
However, after making numerous appearances the B team, the midfielder didn't make an appearance for the first team but had made numerous appearances for France at under-age level.
Move to Brest
The midfielder joined Brest in August 2018 and started to showcase his talent. He impressed in over 20 appearances for The Pirates in Ligue 2 and helped the club to promotion back to the top tier and subsequently made his move permanent.
Carrying on his development in Ligue 1 in 2019/20, the European scouts began to notice the youngster as his attributes continued to flourish.
Offering an all-action midfield presence, the France Under-21 international operated in a box-to-box roll for Brest, catching the eye with his ability both in and out of possession.
With a solid range of passing and ability to dribble with the ball, his potential suitors ranged from Ligue 1 clubs to several Premier League outfits.
Becoming a Saint
Just a little over two years since his senior debut, Diallo joined Saints on 4 October 2020 signing a four year deal for an undisclosed fee.
He became the third summer signing of the transfer window alongside Kyle Walker-Peters and Mohammed Salisu.