Manchester United star Aaron Wan-Bissaka has quickly become a fan-favourite after proving himself to be an incredible player.
Though some doubt his offensive capabilities, there’s no question marks of his defensive ability as he always appears to stop whoever attempts to take him on in their tracks.
Wan-Bissaka has more or less single-handedly solved United’s right-back woes and the hope is Diogo Dalot can follow suit.
The young Portuguese has become a forgotten man but there’s no real reason why he can’t also develop into a top full-back.
His versatility and ability to play on either flank should definitely help him in the future should Ole Gunnar Solskjaer decide to show faith in him.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka leads Europe in successful tackles made per 90 (5.06) this season. It is a significant improvement upon his 2018-19 performances for Crystal Palace which saw him make 3.46 successful tackles per 90.
— UtdArena. (@utdarena) November 14, 2019
As pleasing as it is to see Wan-Bissaka top the charts, one can’t help but wonder whether that down to his brilliance or to Manchester United’s poor defending.
Solskjaer’s men have looked more defensively solid as a unit this season and have mostly only suffered because of individual mistakes.
Wan-Bissaka has definitely developed further as a player this campaign but there will come a time when United must prove they’re not over-reliant on him.
Harry Maguire, Luke Shaw, Victor Lindelof must all come good in their own right as well as it’s safe to say fans would agree United haven’t seen the best of him this season just yet.