Crystal Palace are ‘looking to bring Aaron Wan-Bissaka back to Selhurst Park on loan’

Crystal Palace are ‘looking to bring Aaron Wan-Bissaka back to Selhurst Park on loan’, just three years after he joined Manchester United for £50 million

Aaron Wan-Bissaka could be headed back to his old club Crystal Palace on loan, just three years after he left them for Manchester United for £50 million.

The 24-year-old hardly missed a game in his first two seasons at United but srtuggled for game time last year.

He has two years remaining on his contract at Old Trafford, but has recently fallen further down the pecking order at the club, with Diogo Dalot appearing to be Erik ten Hag’s first choice right back.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka has been linked with a loan move back to Crystal Palace

Patrick Vieira refused to comment on the rumours, saying 'names are difficult to talk about'

Patrick Vieira refused to comment on the rumours, saying ‘names are difficult to talk about’

According to reports in Sky Sports, Palace are keen on bringing back Wan-Bissaka as their two current right backs, Nathaniel Clyne and Joel Ward, are both over 30.

They also reported that United are ‘open minded’ about the fullback’s future, as the club would be happy for him to stay but are willing to keep the player’s interests in mind.

Palace manager Patrick Vieira would not be drawn on the rumoured move. He said: ‘Names are difficult to talk about. We already have a couple of good players down the right who are performing well.’

Erik ten Hag has already shown he is willing to discard defenders who do not suit him

Erik ten Hag has already shown he is willing to discard defenders who do not suit him

If Wan-Bissaka was to move, it would be another example of ten Hag discarding defenders who do not suit him.

Alex Telles has already left United for a loan spell at Sevilla, while Eric Bailly ha been linked with a move to Roma.

The Red Devils get their Premier League campaign underway against Brighton on Sunday. 

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