Manchester United defender Aaron Wan-Bissaka could be on his way out from the club in January as he is poised to leave in January.

Eminent journalist Dean Jones revealed Aaron Wan-Bissaka has very little chance to remain at Old Trafford beyond January. Manchester United have already been searching for a possible buyer for the player and would prefer to offload him as soon as the transfer window opens in January.

Diogo Dalot has been the preferred choice on the right side of the defence, with Erik ten Hag not risking any other candidate in the position. The Portuguese international has exceeded all expectations and will remain as one of the key members going into the latter part of the season.

But the Manchester United manager has been without a proper backup for Dalot since the start of the season and has been crying for some much-needed cover. He has been forced to use Tyrell Malacia out of his position and the manager needs to make sure he won’t have to repeat such feats in future.

Both West Ham United and Crystal Palace saw their attempt rebuffed by the club in the summer. But the Eagles might renew their interest in the player. Manchester United won’t be looking to make any profit but will like to recoup some of their invested money.

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The Red Devils will have to make room first as they already chalked up a number of potential candidates to replace the player, including Max Aarons and Jeremie Frimpong.

Dean Jones has claimed that Manchester United’s foremost target will be to get rid of the 24-year-old in January. He said, “Wan-Bissaka was struggling to prove he had a future at the club even before the weekend, but when there was no sign of him at Fulham, it felt like the final sign we needed that he’ll be leaving in January.”

“He’s played four minutes all season and the club will now have to accept that there will be a financial hit on accepting defeat over he won’t be living up to his £50m transfer.”

Manchester United are currently dealing with the Cristiano Ronaldo situation. But alongside the Portuguese international, the club could bid adieu to Wan-Bissaka at the start of the next year amid mounting speculation surrounding the right-back.

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