Aaron Wan-Bissaka, who has been completely pushed out of Manchester United, is likely to leave the team in the upcoming summer transfer window.
The British ‘Football Insider’ reported on the 11th (Korean time), “Man United will accept Wan-Bissaka’s offer. West Ham United is expected to offer 22 million pounds (about 33.6 billion won).”
Wan-Bissaka joined Manchester United in the summer of 2019. At the time, he joined Manchester United’s long-term plan, recording a huge transfer fee of 45 million pounds (approximately 72.2 billion won). He adapted quickly from his first season. In the 2020-21 season, he played 54 games and made 129 tackles, the most tackles in the English Premier League (EP), showing off his defensive power.
The problem was aggression. Wan-Bissaka, who failed to show off his offensive talent, began to fall behind in the starting competition little by little from last season. He gave up Diogo Dalot as the starting pitcher under Ralph Rangnick, and even after Ten Haag took the helm. Before the World Cup break, he only played 4 minutes.
Dalot was recently injured, so he was given a little chance. He made seven consecutive league starts and performed decently in the English Football League Cup (EFL Cup) and FA Cup.
However, as soon as Dalot returned from injury in the previous game against Leeds United, Wan-Bissaka headed back to the bench. After all, feeling uncertain about his future, Wan-Bissaka ponders his transfer.
Several clubs within the EPL are showing interest. In the transfer market last January, West Ham, Crystal Palace, and Wolverhampton sent love calls. 온라인카지노
In particular, West Ham is the most active. Currently, ‘Youth’ Ben Johnson, who has risen to the adult stage, is unable to escape the adaptation period, and Vladimir Kupal is also desperate to recruit a right-back because his contract expires at the end of this season.
If Wan-Bissaka moves the team for £22m in the summer transfer window, the ransom will be cut in half compared to the £45m he recorded when he moved to Manchester United. .