Erik ten Hag Decides To Let Go Man Utd Flop – Clubs Need To Agree Deal

Ajax coach Erik ten Hag before the match against Liverpool.

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Man Utd have accepted Aaron Wan-Bissaka has no future under Erik ten Hag and will let him leave on loan.

Wan-Bissaka, 24, has only played four minutes of football in all competitions this season, having lost his starting spot to Diogo Dalot under the new manager.

Ten Hag is clearly not a fan of the Englishman’s creative abilities or lack thereof and has opted to start Dalot instead in every game so far this season.

Following United’s win over West Ham, which saw the excellent back post defending from the Portuguese, the former Ajax coach suggested he needs another full-back, indicating he doesn’t want Wan-Bissaka in his squad.

According to The Sun, United will let the right-back return to Crystal Palace if they can agree a loan deal.

Patrick Vieira is open to giving Wan-Bissaka a second chance at Palace, but the South London outfit may have to cover all of his £80,000-a-week wages.

The Dutchman was open to his exit last summer as well, but United couldn’t manage to find many serious suitors for a player who arrived at Old Trafford in a £45m transfer in 2019.

He started well during Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s reign but has been a flop ever since the Norwegian’s sacking. A fresh start at his former club, or anywhere else for that matter, would be the best option for Wan-Bissaka at this point.