Aaron Wan-Bissaka Has Realised His Childhood Dream In Joining Manchester United
It's dreams to reality to stuff for Aaron Wan-Bissaka having signed for Manchester United.
Manchester United have signed defender Aaron Wan-Bissaka from Crystal Palace in a £50m deal https://t.co/YazzbCxMqw #MUFC pic.twitter.com/VrPGPVy9u7
- BBC Sport (@BBCSport) June 28, 2019
When links to United started to come about, a picture of the young right-back as a kid wearing a United kit with the rest of his family in the 90s begun to do the rounds.
Fast forward to the present day and Wan-Bissaka, now 21 years of age, will be wearing a United kit on a weekly basis after completing his £50 million move to the club.
A leaked image of him in United's 2019/20 home kit circulated late on Thursday night, as well as a picture of him and his representatives - before the deal was officially announced.
Wan-Bissaka becomes United's second signing under the Ole Gunnar Solskjaer regime after the £15 million capture of Daniel James from Swansea.
The recipient of the longest contract ever given to a player at United, Wan-Bissaka is reported to be earning around £80,000-a-week at Old Trafford.
The England Under 21 international made the right-back position his own at Crystal Palace last season and won the club's Player of the Season.
He also led a plethora of Premier League defensive stats last term - boasting the most clearances, most tackles won, most take-ons completed, most interceptions and the highest tackle success rate.