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Man Utd manager Solskjaer warns Ed Woodward over Aaron Wan-Bissaka

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Man Utd manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has urged Ed Woodward to sign Aaron Wan-Bissaka as he fears that the Crystal Palace stars value will only increase with time.

Manchester United have already made an opening bid of £40m for the Right Back which was subsequently rejected by the London club as they value their young star at £60m.

Gary Neville says that Aaron Wan-Bissaka is a massive talent
Gary Neville says that Aaron Wan-Bissaka is a massive talent

Ed Woodward is still at least £20m behind the player valuation and is unwilling to pay that kind of money for a 21-year-old player.

However, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has urged the executive vice-chairman to pay whatever is necessary as Wan-Bissaka will only get better with the potential to be a Three Lions Right Back for the next decade.

The 21-year-old made his Crystal Palace debut just 18 months ago, but he was one of the stand-out performers in the Premier League last season with the Eagles.

It’s been reported that Man Utd are getting ready to make a second bid for Aaron Wan-Bissaka but if the London Club holds on to their £60m valuation of the player, Ed Woodward would rather look elsewhere.

Thomas Meunier, who is valued at around £25m, is said to be the backup option for Man Utd if they fail to land the Englishman next season.

The boyhood Manchester United fan, Meunier is having a tough time at PSG after the arrival of Thomas Tuchel and the Belgian would be willing to make a switch to the Manchester if everything falls in place.

So, would you rather spend £60m on Aaron Wan-Bissaka or go with Thomas Meunier?


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