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Manchester United have sizeable bid turned down

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Manchester United have sizeable bid turned down

The English defender enjoyed a breakthrough season in the Premier league as his defensive prowess on the right-side of defense aroused various interest across several clubs.

Without investment, Palace could have to sell Wan-Bissaka or Wilfried Zaha...

Several reports have indicated Palace reportedly want at least £60m for the England youth global, With that in mind, Manchester United should submit another bid quite soon.

Should they pay the £60m Palace want?

The news comes after other claims this weekend that United had already submitted a 'substantial bid', so it seems likely that this story has legs. Manchester City signed a couple of talented full-backs for big sums of money a few years ago, which highlights that the transfer value of world-class full-backs has increased exponentially and that United will not get a player as good as Wan-Bissaka for a lesser price.

Manchester United recently announced their first signing of the summer in another 21-year-old, Daniel James.

Manchester United have reportedly had a bid rejected for one of their top summer targets.

Wan-Bissaka, who made his senior debut in February 2018, is a man in demand.

He was named the club's player of the season in April after making 39 appearances in all competitions.

A new right-back is also believed to be on the agenda as Antonio Valencia has left the club and Ashley Young turns 34 next month so Man Utd need a long-term replacement who can compete with Diogo Dalot.

That is because the Eagles think Ole Gunnar Solskjaer would prefer to sign Wan-Bissaka rather than Paris Saint-Germain star Thomas Meunier, according to The Times.

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