Wan-Bissaka worked his way up the Crystal Palace ranks. During the 2018-19 season, he made a name for himself by appearing 46 times in all competitions.
His performance that season enticed Manchester United to sign him for £45 million plus an additional £5 million in add-ons.
The right-back was a significant player at Old Trafford for the first two seasons, but he slipped down the pecking order last season. He hasn’t appeared in any of the team’s last five Premier League matches.
Man United is ‘open to bids’ for the defender, according to reports last month, since he ‘does not feature’ in Erik ten Hag‘s plans.
Crystal Palace is now ‘strong favorites’ to sign Wan-Bissaka and are ‘in pole position to capture his services,’ according to 90min.
United’s preference is to let the full-back go on loan, according to reports. Palace is reported ‘close to signing’ England goalkeeper Sam Johnstone on a free transfer, according to the source.
Man United, meanwhile, is rumored to be looking to bring in a new senior player this summer after a slew of departures.
When their contracts expire at the end of this month, Edinson Cavani, Lee Grant, Jesse Lingard, Juan Mata, Nemanja Matic, and Paul Pogba will all leave the Red Devils.
It allows Erik ten Hag, the new permanent manager of Manchester United, some leeway in the transfer market, with the Dutchman eyeing a number of new faces this summer.
Man United ‘are keen to sign at least one player aged 30 or over,’ according to GiveMeSport, as they ‘want a new senior player to come in after losing Mata, Matic, and Cavani for next season.