Manchester United right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka is attracting strong interest from Premier League club Crystal Palace, according to 90min.
The 24 year old has been reportedly told by new Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag that he can leave the club this summer.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka is reportedly not in ETH’s plans for next season as our new Dutch manager prefers a more attack-minded full-back.
Manchester United are willing to let Aaron Wan-Bissaka leave on loan this summer, according to 90min and Crystal Palace are firm favourites to sign the 24 year old full-back.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka was a key Manchester United player under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer but dropped down the pecking order under Ralf Rangnick, who preferred Diogo Dalot.
Rangnick reportedly recommends Manchester United offload Wan-Bissaka this summer and get a replacement.
Former Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho, now Roma manager, was reportedly interested in signing Wan-Bissaka this summer but has instead opted to pursue Lille right-back Zeki Celik.
With Roma out of the race for Wan-Bissaka, Crystal Palace are now firm favourites to sign the 24 year old right-back this summer.
Former England striker Gabriel Agbonlahor has slammed Manchester United’s poor treatment of Wan-Bissaka.
Speaking on talkSPORT, he said: “It’s rude isn’t it, offering him (to other clubs).
“When I first started playing for (Aston) Villa, he’d probably have been one of the best right-backs in the league.
“It wasn’t about getting an amazing cross in, starting attacks, it was about defending. Martin O’Neill loved his full-backs to defend.
“I don’t think he matches this era of full-backs. Reece James, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Kyle Walker to a certain extent – and Aaron Wan-Bissaka can’t play at all.”
Agbonlahor questioned: “What team would he go to? Would he go back to a Palace?
“I don’t know because teams want their full-backs to be able to play now at all levels.
“Look at Matty Cash, he’s a full-back who’s really good on the ball. It’s hard, maybe he tries a different league I’m not sure.”