Ralf Rangnick reportedly recommended that Manchester United should sell Aaron Wan-Bissaka before he left the club.
Following the sacking of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in November, Man United appointed Rangnick as his temporary replacement in a bid to repair the damage Solskjaer left at the club.
During his six-month stay at the club, many have agreed that the German boss failed to improve the team and United’s initial plan with Rangnick didn’t go as planned.
The former RB Leipzig manager may have failed to get Manchester United to finish in the Premier League top-four last season but one thing many fans have agreed is that the German tactician has the ability to identify top players that could take United forward.
Rangnick isn’t a top fan of Aaron Wan-Bissaka, who moved to Old Trafford from Crystal Palace in a reported £50million transfer fee three years ago.
The current Austria boss continually used Diogo Dalot as his right-back, which led to several reports claiming the 24-year-old could make a return back to Palace after losing his place at United.
The same source claim that Crystal Palace are the ‘firm favourite’ to seal Wan-Bissaka’s signature but several reports are suggesting that the defender wants to work with Erik ten Hag before deciding whether or not to remain at Old Trafford.
MEN also reported that the new Man United boss, Erik ten Hag, wants Dalot at United as his first-choice right-back, which has yet again put a threat on Wan-Bissaka’s future at the Theatre of Dreams.