Manchester United have now officially signed Aaron Wan-Bissaka from Crystal Palace, thus ending any slim chance of Tottenham securing the player’s signature this summer.
Spurs had been linked with the right-back, along with Man United, earlier this summer (Sun) after the likes of Kieran Trippier and Serge Aurier had poor seasons in a Spurs shirt.
The 21-year-old Palace full-back made his senior debut last year, before enjoying an incredible breakthrough campaign and securing the first team spot.
Wan-Bissaka was one of the stand-out right backs in the League last season, and at such a young age, he was always going to attract some of the biggest clubs.
The BBC report that Man United paid £50m for the defender, including £45m up front, becoming the Red Devils’ fifth largest signing in their history.
Spurs will now be forced to look elsewhere if they want to invest in that position this summer, but have they missed out on a good deal?
— Manchester United (@ManUtd) June 29, 2019
Have something to tell us about this article?