Disgraced right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka was reportedly placed on Manchester United’s transfer list ahead of manager Erik ten Hag’s arrival this summer
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Wan-Bissaka, 24, came out at Old Trafford crystal palace in a mega money transfer in 2019 after bursting onto the scene for his youth club. He quickly established himself as one of the best right-backs in the game First League but his performances have declined significantly this season.
United interim boss Ralph Rangnik has often preferred Diogo Dalot to Wan-Bissaka since taking over Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in November. There is more worrying news for the Croydon native as the new manager Eric ten Hag should have put him on the transfer list along with four other players not in his plans.
Palace are said to be interested in re-signing their former player but the reunion will likely be anything but easy. That’s because Wan-Bissaka is on the order of £90,000 a week at the Red Devils, while Palace pay just two players – Wilfried Zaha and Christian Benteke – more.
As such, Selhurst Park chiefs would almost certainly have concerns about falling to Wan-Bissaka as part of a permanent transfer. BBC Sport claims a loan deal is therefore a more likely option for the player to get his career back on track, with United possibly contributing to his salary.
With Wan-Bissaka’s future up in the air ahead of Ten Hag’s arrival this summer, Dalot is excited at the prospect of working under the highly regarded Dutchman. The Portugal international spoke before helping United save a goal 3-0 win over Brentford On Monday.
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“I don’t think you have to see much to know he’s a great manager – what he’s done with Ajax is something extraordinary,” Dalot told Sky Sports Ten witch. “He plays very attractive football, I think any United fan is thrilled to have a manager like that and so are we as players.
“It will be clear in our heads who will be the manager next season and that is good because we enter our break mentally and we know who to expect. Then we have time in the pre-season to work together and get our ideas right and start the new season.”
United’s win over Brentford was their last home game of the Premier League season and left them sixth in the table. You are traveling to Brighton and Palace in their last two games.
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