Manchester United need to strengthen in several areas in the summer and after last year’s 200million-plus splurge, it looks the club need to offload certain players to raise further capital.
So low down the pecking order was previous incumbent Aaron Wan-Bissaka that left-back Tyrell Malacia played on the right side of defence instead of the London-born defender.
Despite career resurgence, AWB could be on his way out of United
But ever since the World Cup, Wan-Bissaka has really hit form and the manager has praised him on several occasions while simultaneously picking him for the big games.
He has started the last three games in all competitions, and once again put in an accomplished display against Nottingham Forest on Sunday.
But as The Peoples Person had recently reported, it looks the Dutch boss wants more attacking impetus from his full-backs and Dalot seems to be the one who is getting a new contract extension while Wan-Bissaka is on his way out.
The Sun have reported that with Wan-Bissaka’s services up for grabs, his former club Crystal Palace would be keen on getting a deal done.
Both the current Eagles full-backs are over 30 and Roy Hodgson would be open to bringing back the former Palace Player of The Year.
Bidding war for AWB will benefit United
“Palace will also be back in the market for old boy Aaron Wan Bissaka who is set to be traded by Manchester United at the end of the season.”
TeamTalk have added the fact that with Leeds United also in the race, United could end up benefiting from a bidding war.
The 25-year-old is currently valued at €22million according to Transfermarkt and that could increase, helping United recoup the €45million they had paid for the full-back in 2019.
“There could potentially be a bidding war between Palace and Leeds for Wan-Bissaka this summer. With two Premier League clubs in the race for his signature, his ultimate price tag could end up being higher than that (€22million).