Aaron Wan-Bissaka has been tipped to be sold by Manchester United when Erik ten Hag arrives.
Wan-Bissaka was an unused substitute during United’s 3-1 defeat to Arsenal on Saturday. Nuno Tavares and a Bukayo Saka penalty gave the Gunners the lead before Cristiano Ronaldo scored to bring United back into the match.
A missed penalty kick by Bruno Fernandes was punished by a Granit Xhaka thunder in the second half for leaving United’s Champions League hopes in shambles. With Ten Hag’s appointment announced on Thursday, a great many players are now playing for their future at the club.
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According to Kevin Phillips, Wan-Bissaka will not make the cut. In a speech to Football Insider, the former Sunderland striker said: “It’s been tough for him the last couple of seasons.
“He has many important qualities – but is he really up to that Manchester United level? With the new manager coming in, a new chapter for them – I do not think he is a player who can really move with them, as they go to the next level.
“I have not seen enough from him to suggest that he is ready to become one of the great Man United right-backs. I would not be surprised if he were a player who is being moved this summer to release a pay to do business in the transfer window. “
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