AARON WAN-BISSAKA wants a new deal at United — but has been told to wait on Erik ten Hag’s verdict on his future.
The right-back is out of contract in two years.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka wants a new Man Utd deal – but must wait on a decision from incoming boss
United blocked recent inquiries for him, prompting AWB’s team to ask for a long-term deal instead.
Crystal Palace have been linked with re-signing their academy star, but Wan-Bissaka is on more than the Eagles usually pay.
Even a loan return to Selhurst Park would be difficult to sort due to his current wages.
Incoming boss Ten Hag will pass judgement on the current squad, with United expected to make a number of changes this summer.
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Wan-Bissaka, 24, has been behind Diogo Dalot in the pecking order in recent months, making just seven appearances since the turn of the year.
He started the year missing three games because of illness, but has been unable to work his way back into Ralf Rangnick’s team, save for the odd appearance.
His last game was a month ago in the 4-0 humiliation at Anfield, where he struggled mightily.
As SunSport revealed at the start of the month, former United boss Jose Mourinho is eyeing a move for the right-back.
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Earlier this season, Roy Keane said the defender was not up to the level to play for United – or former club Palace.
The Red Devils legend said: “Wan-Bissaka, I don’t even think Palace would take him back!
“He’s not good enough for Manchester United. No feel for the ball, decision making.
“But what Manchester United have always had over the years is players with character, with personalities – I don’t see it with this group.’”