Aaron Wan-Bissaka could leave Manchester United

Aaron Wan-Bissaka may leave Manchester United if a significant bid is received during the Summer Transfer Window
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Aaron Wan-Bissaka is a player who could leave Manchester United if a suitable offer comes, as per Fabrizio Romano. The Manchester United right-back joined the Red Devils from Crystal Palace in 2019 for a hefty £50M. The right-back nicknamed The Spider' due to his tackling ability has represented Manchester United at 190 occasions and scored 2 goals.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka has fallen behind the order to Dalot at right-back but a host of injuries and unavailability of full-backs ensured Bissaka started a good chunk of games towards the end of the season while Diago Dalot was deployed as a left-back. The Englishman is known for his defensive capabilities and tough tackling however, his attacking threat and chance creation going forward have been questioned.

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Aaron Wan-Bissaka is among a host of stars that the new INEOS management will listen to for transfer offers at the right money including Harry Maguire, Jadon Sancho, Mason Greenwood, Donny van de Beek and Christian Eriksen. Defenders Raphael Varane, Brandon Williams and forward Anthony Martial have already departed the club in what is seen as a buildup under manager Erik ten Hag ahead of INEOS's first summer transfer window.

The Verdict

Aaron Wan Bissaka is currently wanted by various English and other European clubs including Inter Milan and Galatasaray. The departure of the right-back isn't confirmed and is only subject to a good fee but Erik Ten Hag would like to keep him considering the lack of financial muscle due to FFP restrictions to explore the market for a new right-back. While United might not prioritize a right-back in the window, Erik ten Hag will try to keep his man for maybe another season considering the amount of injuries he had to cope with and considerably fewer options at the right-back position.

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