“I want to leave Manchester United this summer” – Man United defender tells his agent


Aaron Wan-Bissaka has told his agent he wants to leave Manchester United this summer

According to The Mirror, Manchester United right-back, Aaron Wan-Bissaka has told his agent he wants to leave Manchester United this summer

Wan-Bissaka was a £50million signing in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s first summer as manager but lost his place in the starting XI to Diogo Dalot under Ralf Rangnick

Wan-Bissaka has two years left on his Manchester United contract but believes this summer is the right time to leave Manchester United after losing his place in the team to Dalot.

Erik ten Hag has arrived at Old Trafford and is in the process of assessing his squad and he reportedly deems Wan-Bissaka surplus to requirements at Manchester United

Manchester United have several players in their squad who have grown frustrated by their minutes and lack of involvement.

Dean Henderson and Brandon Williams are also looking for a way out of Old Trafford.

Meanwhile, former Manchester United right-back Paul Parker has claimed Aaron Wan-Bissaka has been made a scapegoat for Manchester United’s poor season

“If he (Wan-Bissaka) is going to Spain, which is more technical and will help improve him,

“Go to play for Atletico Madrid,” Parker told MyBettingSites.

“The one thing that Atletico Madrid would love about him is that he isn’t going to need much coaching about how to defend in one against one

“He would learn a little bit more about unity within a back-four in a traditional sense.

“Hopefully, he won’t come back too ill-disciplined, because there’s always a chance when you go and play for Atletico Madrid for [Diego] Simeone,

“The way they play. But I think if it is going to happen, it will serve him well to go there and maybe to come back.

“It might be a really good move for him just to go on and play in that league.

“Maybe it will be a good learning process for him. Because after what’s going on at Manchester United

“In the way, the press talks about him, he’s been made a little bit of a scapegoat, to be perfectly honest

“If I look at it, is Dalot a better player than Wan-Bissaka? No, he’s not.

“No way, all-round, you’re better off with Wan-Bissaka there than with Dalot

“Because when you look at some things, first and foremost, you want a right-back who can defend and they haven’t got that.”

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