Manchester United have had their second bid for Aaron Wan-Bissaka rejected by Crystal Palace.
Having identified Wan-Bissaka as their primary transfer target for the right-back position, the Red Devils opened the bidding for the player by submitting a £40m offer for his services.
That offer was rejected straightaway, which led United to return with yet another bid, this one worth an initial £35m and extra £15m in add-ons, taking the final amount up to £50m.
However, this attempt has also been turned down by the Eagles, according to Sky Sports.
The English outlet has revealed that Crystal Palace are not happy with the structure of the latest proposed deal.
Instead of an offer consisting of add-ons, the London club would willingingly accept a bid in the region of £45m and £50m up front for their 21-year-old starlet.
While Wan-Bissaka is interested in an Old Trafford switch, he has not handed in a transfer request at Selhurst Park, with three years still remaining on his current contract.
Therefore, Palace are under no pressure to sell the Englishman, meaning Manchester United have little option but to meet their demands to finalise this transfer.