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Wolves: Fabrizio Romano reveals Aaron Wan-Bissaka transfer update

Wolves: Fabrizio Romano reveals Aaron Wan-Bissaka transfer update -Wolves News

Journalist Fabrizio Romano has now revealed a transfer update on Wolves January target Aaron Wan-Bissaka.

The Lowdown: Wolves interest

It was reported earlier this week that the Old Gold ‘want’ to sign Wan-Bissaka in the January transfer window, and that Manchester United are ‘open to offers’ for the right-back, so long as they can source a replacement.

He has only played a mere four minutes of senior football so far this season, and so needs to find more regular game time elsewhere.

The Latest: United ‘trying’ to find solution

Taking to Twitter, Romano has revealed that United are now ‘trying to find a solution’ for Wan-Bissaka in order to let him go, as the Wanderers are one of three Premier League clubs that ‘remain interested’ in signing him:

“Manchester United are trying to find a solution for Wan-Bissaka in order to let him leave. Wolves, West Ham and Crystal Palace remain interested.

“Main priority on right-back situation remains to extend Dalot’s contract. Talks will take place soon.”

The Verdict: Smart move?

Given that Wan-Bissaka has barely featured at all under Erik ten Hag, and he only has 18 months left on his contract, the Molineux outfit could potentially secure him for a cut-price.

Once hailed as a ‘monster‘ by Brazilian journalist and writer Fernando Duarte, the 25-year-old needs to try and recapture some of the form that made the Red Devils pay a whopping £50m for him in 2019.

Still, he has ranked in the top 1% of all right-backs in Europe’s top five leagues for dribbles completed and interceptions per game over the last year, and in the top 2% for tackles, per FBRef.

If Julen Lopetegui’s side can play to his strengths, then Wan-Bissaka could be an astute signing, but they may need to reduce his £90,000-per-week wages first.

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