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Aaron Wan-Bissaka Transfer News: Is he moving to West Ham United?

Aaron Wan-Bissaka Transfer News: Wan-Bissaka is known for being a great defender, and Football Insider says that the Hammers are interested in him.

It’s said that the East London club has liked the 25-year-old player for a while, but a possible bid would depend on whether or not the club stays in the Premier League for next season. Right now, they’re only three points above the relegation zone.

Wan-Bissaka has had trouble becoming a starter for the Red Devils this season. He has only played in 12 Premier League games because he hasn’t been able to beat out Diogo Dalot. This has led some to wonder if the Englishman’s four-year stay at Old Trafford will end this summer.

If Wan-Bissaka stays at United next season, he might have a lot more competition because United is interested in Bayer Leverkusen right-back Jeremie Frimpong. If he wants to play regularly as he enters the prime of his career, he should think about his options this summer.

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Aaron Wan-Bissaka Transfer News: Is he moving to West Ham United?

Football Insider says that the 25-year-old from London could be the one to step aside. From his ties to Frimpong, it’s clear that Ten Hag wants a fullback who can attack instead of Wan-Bissaka, who is great at defending.

If the former Eagles star decides to leave, he will have a lot of options. His old team and West Ham are both interested in signing him.

This season, the Englishman has been in and out of United’s team. He has played more lately, but he rarely feels like a key player. He has only played in the Premier League 12 times, with nine of those games being starts. When fit, Diogo Dalot has been seen as the better choice.

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