Fabrizio Romano Confirms Man United could be open to selling Aaron Wan-Bissaka this summer with £50m Bayer Leverkusen star identified as potential replacement

Transfer journalist Fabrizio Romano reckons this possible move is ‘one to watch’ given the 26-year-old is moving into the final year of his contract at Old Trafford with the club also reportedly open to moving most of their players on should the right offer arrive.

United were beaten 1-0 by title-chasing Arsenal on Sunday and the manner of their performance, coupled with post-match scenes highlighting Old Trafford’s poor condition, have cast further doubt on manager Erik ten Hag’s future too, along with most of the players.

In his daily briefing newsletter, Romano reports that despite no concrete offers arriving in Manchester yet for the former Crystal Palace player, it may be one that picks up pace come the opening of the summer transfer window should United want to get a fee for the £50m defender before he becomes a free agent.

He said:
“As for Wan-Bissaka, there’s been interest in him since December but at the moment, I’m not aware of negotiations for the player.

It could be one to watch in the summer, because with one year left on his contract Man United could be open to selling him in case they receive a good proposal.”

A recent report from The Telegraph suggested that all but a few of their main players could be available to other clubs with new owners INEOS, led by Jim Ratcliffe, keen to stamp their mark and breathe fresh air into the side.

The future of the manager is still a huge question mark too with numerous other names linked to the club and GIVEMESPORT sources revealing Gareth Southgate would be INEOS’ top choice if they do choose to ditch Ten Ha, who himself has been linked with the upcoming vacancy at Bayern Munich.

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