Manchester United boss gives hope to Wan-Bissaka ahead of transfer window

Aaron Wan-Bissaka of Manchester United in action during the Carabao Cup Fourth Round match between Manchester United and Burnley at Old Trafford on December 21, 2022 in Manchester, England.

Manchester United is looking forward to providing a long rope for Aaron Wan-Bissaka despite clubs encircling the right-back.

After the Burnley game in the Carabao Cup, Manchester United manager, Erik ten Hag has provided a lifeline for Aaron Wan-Bissaka. The right-back has been out for a while due to injury and fitness issues. Pundits and transfer journalists linked the former Crystal Palace defender with a move away from Old United in the upcoming transfer window. However, Erik ten Hag’s recent comments on the player tell a different tale.

Post the victory in the Carabao Cup quarter-finals, ten Hag spoke regarding the injury of the player which kept him on the sidelines:

Aaron Wan-Bissaka, it is clear he has a future [here]. He’s had some good years with United, but from the start of this season he had a lot of illnesses and injuries, and so was running behind. His fitness levels are getting better, his performance levels are getting better.

(Via: Mirror)

The manager also appreciated the fine assist by Aaron Wan-Bissaka. The 25-year-old player provided an acrobatic assist to Christian Eriksen to open the scoring at Old Trafford. He was also robust in the defense and came away with the cleansheet in the Carabao Cup.

When you get an assist, especially the way he got that assist with his movement and the right moment, the timing and then great pass of course from Bruno [Fernandes]. But this is great and so I’m happy with his performance. He did good.

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