Pundit issues '£50m' Man United claim after Sky's Aaron Wan-Bissaka update
Man United will struggle to sell Aaron Wan-Bissaka this summer as “no one wants him”.
That’s according to former West Ham hitman Frank McAvennie, speaking exclusively to Football Insider about the looming overhaul at the club.
It is claimed he can leave permanently or on loan but any temporary deal must include an obligation to buy.
The Athletic reported on 28 April that Crystal Palace are considering a move to bring the defender back to where he made his name.
However, McAvennie expects it will be hard for the Red Devils to offload the right-back.
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“Well they aren’t seeing much of that £50million they signed him for, let me tell you,” McAvennie told Football Insider correspondent Ben Wild.
“He’s been good on occasion but that won’t cut it at Man United.
“How much will they get for him? Well, I don’t there will be loads of interest.
“Other clubs also hold the cards here because Man United need to get rid of him. They are in a really bad position.
“It depends if Man United are prepared to let him go for a lot less than they signed him for because, in my opinion, no one wants him.”
Wan-Bissaka has made 20 appearances in the Premier League this season.
He has not featured in any of the club’s last four games.