Manchester United's £40m bid for Aaron Wan-Bissaka rejected by Crystal Palace

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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.

Wan-Bissaka is now under contract with Palace until 2022, leaving the club in a strong position to demand big money for his services from the Manchester club.

Solhekol wrote on Twitter: "Manchester United want to sign Aaron Wan Bissaka from Crystal Palace and told they've made a substantial bid for the England Under 21 right back".

Wan-Bissaka has a contract until 2022 and has not indicated that he will force a move this year.

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Last season, Wan-Bissaka played 35 times for the Eagles in the Premier League.

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"It's confirmed!" Schira wrote on Twitter. "Manchester United want to close for Aaron Wan-Bissaka".

The Crystal Palace right-back has been tipped to succeed departed United captain Antonio Valencia in right-back position.

Man City, of course, are the reigning Premier League champions, while Chelsea's hopes of signing the Crystal Palace star are now stifled by a transfer ban.

"He had a baptism of fire over a year ago now, playing three of the top six teams in his first games".

For United to compete with the likes of Liverpool and Manchester City, they will have to spend big and wisely on signing players who fit into their system. "It says I am going to be there, so that is all I can focus on now".

Wan-Bissaka has taken the Premier League by storm since he broke through the ranks at Selhurst Park.