Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag ‘would love to find a new club’ for Aaron Wan-Bissaka as he is not in his Old Trafford plans, according to transfer insider DeanJones.
Ten Hag is putting his own mark on the Red Devils squad after being named as interim manager Ralf Rangnick’s successor ahead of the new season.
What is the latest news about Wan-Bissaka?
According to Sky Sports, Manchester United are open to offers for Wan-Bissaka ahead of the September 1 transfer deadline.
The report suggests the Red Devils would prefer to offload the right-back – who has made 126 appearances for the club – on a permanent basis, but they would also be open to negotiating a loan switch which includes an obligation to buy.
It comes just three years after Manchester United shelled out £50million to sign Wan-Bissaka from Crystal Palace.
But, having played sporadically on the club’s pre-season tour of Thailand and Australia, it seems the 24-year-old is not at the forefront of ten Hag’s thinking.
Transfer guru Fabrizio Romano has revealed that Manchester United expect offers to arrive for Wan-Bissaka in the final weeks of the transfer window.
What did Dean Jones say about Wan-Bissaka?
Jones believes Manchester United are keen to sell Wan-Bissaka as the Hag Ten era begins.
Wan-Bissaka was brought to Old Trafford under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer but it appears he is not high on the new manager’s plans.
The transfer insider believes that the Red Devils’ plan to draft a new right-back option hinges on their ability to sanction his exit.
Jones told GIVEMESPORT: “I think they would like to find a new club for Wan-Bissaka now.
“I think the only way to improve this position is to move it first. They can’t afford to take someone in and try to find a home in case that doesn’t happen or they end up by losing money.
“The key will always be to find a new home for Wan-Bissaka because, at the moment, he doesn’t seem to fit in.”
Does Wan-Bissaka arouse interest?
Before the transfer window opened last month, it was revealed that Crystal Palace were considering a move for Wan-Bissaka.
Although a return to Selhurst Park could be attractive for the London-born ace, given he made 46 senior appearances after coming through the Eagles academy, his wage demands could prove a stone of difficulty. stumbling block.
Indeed, Wan-Bissaka is currently earning £90,000 a week, while Wilfried Zaha and Christian Benteke are the only Crystal Palace stars with more lucrative contracts.
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