Manchester United ready to offload Aaron Wan-Bissaka and keep Dalot 

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Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag has reportedly decided to keep Portuguese full-back Diogo Dalot and sell Aaron Wan-Bissaka as per the report in English outlet MEN

The Englishman has struggled to break into the starting eleven following the departure of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, making only nine appearances in all competitions under Ralf Rangnick

Diogo Dalot struggled to find regular first-team action under the former manager and is now getting regular playing time under the interim boss. Meanwhile, the incoming boss Erik ten Hag has now decided to keep the Portuguese defender and sell the Englishman in this summer transfer window. 

The report in the English outlet claims that Manchester United have already informed the representative of Aaron Wan-Bissaka that the fullback does not feature in the incoming boss’ plan and the 24-years-old will be sold or loaned out this summer. 

Recent reports are suggesting that Crystal Palace are considering re-signing the Englishman. 

Our View:

This is one of the classic cases of Manchester United signing players without proper scouting. They have made similar mistakes over and over again over the past decade and wasted huge amounts of money. 

The Englishman was signed following a decent campaign with the Eagles in the Premier League. However, his frailties going forward was apparent. But, the former boss spent £50 million on a player who was yet to perform consistently enough at the highest level. 

Meanwhile, the 24-years-old has displayed promising performances now and then. However, it wasn’t enough to convince the incoming boss Erik ten Hag to keep the Englishman at the Old Trafford stadium. 

It will be interesting to see who will replace Aaron Wan-Bissaka at Manchester United. The Red Devils are not linked with any right fullback at the moment. However, Jurriën Timber is linked with a move to the Old Trafford stadium; he is a centre-back by trait but can play in the fullback position as well. 

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