Manchester United longtime target Aaron Wan-Bissaka has told his side, Crystal Palace that he wants to make a dream move to Old Trafford after a spectacular season the club that has seen teams dream having his teenager.
Crystal Palace will not be easy and swift to let the defender leave but Wan-Bissaka has shown his determination to hold out for the best possible price if they are to lose him which could mean United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer pays £60million for the right-back.
In the meanwhile, the England under-21 ace Wan-Bissaka does not want to be caught in the middle as a summer transfer tussle plays out between the two clubs.
Both Palace and United are also eyeing Norwich full-back Max Aarons the Eagles would look to sign him if Wan-Bissaka leaves, while United are considering him as an alternative to their top right-back target.
Wan-Bissaka needs the Old Trafford switch to happen fast so he doesn’t miss out to Canaries ace Aarons although Palace hasn’t received a transfer request from Wan-Bissaka, but the player has told them he wants to join United, according to The Sun.