Leeds United backed to complete Aaron Wan-Bissaka deal in January after update - pundit
Leeds United could sign Aaron Wan-Bissaka for a “bargain” fee of £10million in January.
That’s according to former Hibernian striker Tam McManus, speaking exclusively to Football Insider about the 25-year-old’s future.
The right-back has played just four minutes of senior football this season after being deemed surplus to requirements by Erik Ten Hag.
McManus insists a move to Elland Road would benefit all parties.
“I had completely forgotten he was at Man United, to be honest,” McManus told Football Insider‘s Ben Wild.
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“Didn’t they pay £45million for him? He’s still only 25 so he could be a good signing for Leeds. It looks like he has no future at Man United.
“He could definitely go and improve Leeds. In terms of price, I think Man United would want at least half of that fee back.
“But you have to be realistic. Would they let him go for £15million, £10million? That would be a good deal for everyone.
“It gives Wan-Bissaka a chance to get his career back on track, Man United get rid of a player they don’t want and Leeds get stronger.
“I really think Leeds could pick up a bargain here.”
Wan-Bissaka joined Man United from Crystal Palace in the summer of 2019.
He has made 127 appearances for the club.