Aaron Wan-Bissaka Could Be Set For A Return To The Crystal Palace Team. - Sport Twistok


Aaron Wan-Bissaka could be set for a return to the Crystal Palace team.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka could be set for a return to the Crystal Palace team.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka could be set for a return to the Crystal Palace team.
In the wake of yet another disappointing season at Manchester United, Aaron Wan-Bissaka is one of a slew of players at the club who face an unclear future. As a result, it is rumoured that Crystal Palace are considering bringing him back to Selhurst Park.


A loan deal has been ruled out due to the right-salaries, back’s but it’s likely that he’ll have to accept a pay reduction if he wants to return to Crystal Palace in the near future.

It has been reported by BBC Sport that Wan-Bissaka could be on his way back to Palace after leaving the club in a £50 million deal in 2019. It is unclear how much they would be willing to pay for his services because United cannot expect to make a profit on a player who has made little progress since joining the club.

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Apart from the fact that Wan-Bissaka has never been called up to the England squad, he has also lost his place in the Manchester United line-up this season with the arrival of Ralf Rangnick, who made it obvious that he preferred Diogo Dalot to play on the right side of his defence.

Due to the age of Nathaniel Clyne and Joel Ward, both of whom are in their thirties, Palace may be on the market for a new right-back, and by signing Wan-Bissaka, they would be adding a player who they have previously been pleased with.

However, while Erik ten Hag has not yet had the opportunity to thoroughly analyze his team, we are confident that he will seek Rangnick’s opinion on a number of players, and Wan-Bissaka is not someone who we believe will fit into the Dutchman’s long-term ambitions.

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