Manchester United can reportedly seal Aaron Wan-Bissaka’s transfer from Crystal Palace by bidding £45m after negotiations continue to stall.
The Englishman has been linked with a move for quite some time now and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side are said to have been making offers for him all summer long.
However, it seems both clubs are failing to agree on an evaluation on the youngster and that has started to turn the whole situation into a bit of a transfer saga.
Fans have grown restless of late and want United to wrap the deal up quickly as the club will soon depart for their pre-season tour.
This was meant to be an incredibly crucial summer for Solskjaer yet that hasn’t shown in terms of transfers with just Daniel James coming in so far.
According to The Sun, the Red Devils will have to bid £45m upfront with add-ons reaching £60m before Wan-Bissaka is allowed to leave Palace.
It’s understandable why Ole’s side are hesitant to pay such a fee given how the 21 year old has yet to prove his name on the big stage.
Aaron only just had his breakthrough season but Crystal Palace are holding out for such a fee due to there being no pressure on them to sell just yet.