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Man Utd prepared to sell Bissaka to Inter Milan for only £10m

Manchester United are prepared to sell Aaron Wan-Bissaka for £10 million amid interest from Inter Milan, according to TuttoMercatoWeb.

The right-back struggled for playing time during the first half of the season due to injuries, but he was a regular starter in the final months.

Wan-Bissaka delivered a fantastic performance in the FA Cup final against Manchester City, where he contained Jeremy Doku.

Despite this, he could be on the move with his contract expiring in 2025.

United have not opened talks over a possible extension and they are reportedly prepared to sell him for a minimum of £10m.

Inter have identified him as a top target after speaking with their new owners. They are ready to offer a three-year deal worth £44,000 per week.

Wan-Bissaka could replace Denzel Dumfries, who has been tipped to leave the Nerazzurri, having not agreed a fresh contract beyond June 2025.

United should demand a higher price for Wan-Bissaka

Wan-Bissaka is one of the best defensive right-backs in England. The £50 million signing showed his class at Wembley Stadium with some terrific defensive contributions in the second half.

However, this may not be sufficient to keep his place at United. Diogo Dalot started at left-back during the final months due to the absence of Luke Shaw and Tyrell Malacia.

The Portuguese should reclaim his right-back role next term. Wan-Bissaka could be kept as his deputy, but manager Erik ten Hag may want an attacking right-back to compete for places.

Bayer Leverkusen’s Jeremie Frimpong is a top target for the club. He could be signed for £34m due to a release clause which expires on June 13.

United will want to recoup funds from Wan-Bissaka’s sale to sign Frimpong. The club should still demand a higher fee, considering the 26-year-old is in the prime of his career.

Several Premier League clubs can offer a higher sum and salary. If Wan-Bissaka wants to join Inter, the Red Devils may have no choice but to accept a low offer.

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