Manchester United are willing to sell full-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka despite the defender’s recent resurgence of form.
That’s according to recent reports, which claim the Red Devils have not changed their stance on the defender and following interest from West Ham, are willing to listen to offers of around £22m.
Wan-Bissaka, 25, joined United from Crystal Palace back in 2019, and although widely regarded as one of the league’s best defensive full-backs, the 25-year-old has struggled to adapt to Erik Ten Hag’s style of play.
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Consequently, eager to recoup as much of the £55m they paid the Eagles for him four years ago, United and West Ham could be about to begin negotiations over a potential summer transfer that would see the London-born full-back rival Vladimir Coufal for the chance to be the Hammers’ first-choice right-back.