Manchester United are reportedly ‘inclined to accept’ an offer from Wolverhampton Wanderers for Aaron Wan-Bissaka this month.
That’s according to French publication Foot Mercato who claim that the right-back could be Wolves bound in the January transfer window.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer brought the defender to Old Trafford from Crystal Palace for around £50 million in 2019 (the Telegraph).
He has struggled to establish himself with United and has had limited game-time since Erik ten Hag was appointed as manager.
And now it seems as though his days in Manchester could be numbered.
Manchester United exit on the cards for Wan-Bissaka
It is being claimed in France that United will accept Wolves’ offer for the 25-year-old. The offer is a loan deal, and there is no mention of an option to buy.
A move to Wolves may well be precisely what Wan-Bissaka needs. The ex-Palace ace is a terrific defender. The only thing that holds him back is his lack of quality in the final third.
Modern-day full-backs are expected to contribute at both ends of the pitch, and that is something that the Londoner doesn’t do consistently enough.
At this stage of his career, he needs to play regularly and he will get that opportunity with Wolves.
If Wan-Bissaka is to leave United this month, Ten Hag must bring in more competition and cover for Diogo Dalot in the right-back position.
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