Aaron Wan-Bissaka’s time at Old Trafford is coming to an end, with the British media recently claiming the right-back is about to “return” to his former club, Crystal Palace.
Wan-Bissaka moved to Manchester United in the 2018-19 season after a stellar performance at Crystal Palace. At the age of 21, he has been praised for his extraordinary passing ability, abundant physical strength and huge development potential.
It is no coincidence that he was voted player of the season by the Selhurst Park board before leaving the team known as the Eagles.
However, the past three years have been a step back for the England player since being recruited by the Glazers for £50m.
Wan-Bissaka’s future may lie in next summer’s transfer window, Although the new captain Eric Ten Hager has the final say.
Wan-Bissaka made 100 appearances in his first two seasons at the Theatre of Dreams and was praised for his defensive prowess. However, there are still many who believe he is not worth the price United paid for his services.
This season, the 24-year-old has had to battle hard against Diogo Dalot, with his form and confidence dwindling as he gets used to more of the bench.
As such, Crystal Palace are considering loaning the former senior player back to Selhurst Park from their academy, according to The Athletic.However, this must depend on New coach Eric Ten Haag’s thoughts on the player’s importance to the team.
However, the 1997-born defender’s return to “home” has become more real than ever. According to The Athletic, Ten Haag is said to want to bring in a full-back who is more “attack-minded” than Wan-Bissaka has shown.
At this point, the Eagles need a new left-back with Nathan Ferguson suffering a long-term injury.They all have issues with Joel Ward, Nathaniel Klein shows he’s just a shadow of himself After leaving Liverpool.
Coach Patrick Vieira has brought forward Mark Gay, Ebereich Eze, Michael Orise and Oderson Eduardo as he returns to the squad from the former Arsenal player, Show his calm.
At this moment, Old Trafford-Wan-Bissaka’s home team is stomping on sixth place, losing to Chelsea in the first round of the 35th round, which may end the Devils’ journey to the top four tickets.
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