Manchester United are reportedly looking to offload Aaron Wan-Bissaka in the January transfer window.
The 25-year-old has been greatly struggling for game time at Old Trafford this season, making only a single appearance in the English top flight.
The Red Devils signed him in the summer of 2019 for an initial £45 million transfer fee. Since then, he has clocked up 127 appearances across all competitions, with two goals to his name.
The defender was a regular when Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was at the helm of affairs. However, he lost his place under Ralf Rangnick last season and hasn’t regained it under Erik ten Hag.
Rick Karsdorp is expected to leave the Stadio Olimpico in January and they want to sign a replacement for him.
Wan Bissaka has no future at United
Wan-Bissaka is a brilliant defender but he doesn’t offer much in attack, which is why Ten Hag prefers Diogo Dalot at right-back.
He was linked with a return to Crystal Palace last summer, but a move didn’t materialise. Now Roma are being mentioned as a possible destination for the English footballer.
United want to sell him permanently, but they are also open to a loan deal.
Dalot has been brilliant at right-back, and Wan Bissaka’s chances of regaining his position look very slim.
Since it is clear that Wan-Bissaka doesn’t have a future at Old Trafford, it looks best for the player and the club that he leaves the Manchester outfit.
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