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Man Utd ‘ready to sell FA Cup final hero at £40m loss as Inter Milan line up transfer’

MANCHESTER UNITED are reportedly ready to sell Aaron Wan-Bissaka.

The full-back could leave for a staggering £40MILLION less than the club paid for him.


Aaron Wan-Bissaka could be sold this summer[/caption]


He could be the replacement for Denzel Dumfries[/caption]

Wan-Bissaka, 26, joined the Red Devils in a £50m move from Crystal Palace in 2019.

He had starred at Selhurst Park the season before and emerged as one of the brightest prospects in the Premier League.

The Englishman has had a mixed spell at Old Trafford, dropping in and out of the team.

Reports in Italy have claimed that Inter Milan are keen on signing Wan-Bissaka this summer.

It is suggested that the Serie A giants would only have to pay £10m to seal a deal.

Furthermore, Inter is said to have a three-year contract ready for Wan-Bissaka worth £44,000-per-week.

There will also be an option for his deal to be extended by a further year.

Wan-Bissaka’s deal at Old Trafford expires in June 2025.


Inter will be hoping that the defender could be the replacement for Denzel Dumfries.

The Dutch star, 28, stalled on contract talks at the San Siro and could be sold this summer.

But the Nerazzurri are aware of interest in their starman and they will not let Dumfries go for less than £43.5million.

Dumfries’ current deal also runs out in 2025 and the defender has also been on United’s radar for some time.

Wan-Bissaka had a mixed season as he featured 30 times in all competitions under Erik ten Hag.

He is one of 11 stars reportedly on the chopping block following Sir Jim Ratcliffe‘s 27.7 per cent £1.03bn partial takeover earlier this year.

It’s starting to look like Sir Jim Ratcliffe doesn’t know what he’s doing

By Neil Custis

SIR JIM RATCLIFFE looked more than a little shame-faced when he headed into Manchester United’s dressing room to congratulate his FA Cup winners.

The plan had already been hatched ahead of Saturday’s 2-1 win over Manchester City . . .  and this was all rather awkward.

It was a stunning performance from Ten Hag’s troops and United’s triumph over a team widely regarded as the best in the world will live long in the memory.

It was also a personal triumph for the unassuming guy who had arrived at Old Trafford full of life and ideas to make United better — which in many ways he has.

Having been dealt a dreadful hand with injuries in his second season, he tried to explain to Ratcliffe and his team just how much this has affected performances.

But it seems Sir Jim hasn’t listened. Nor has he taken notice of the way Ten Hag  has carefully brought Saturday’s scorers  Alejandro Garnacho and Kobbie Mainoo into the first team — with spectacular results.

Ratcliffe has fired out emails criticising  the state of an office, called the club museum ‘crap’ and withdrew travel and lunch benefits for United staff on FA Cup  final day to cut costs.

There is early proof the new men overseeing United’s football department do not know what they are doing, not least in the way they deal with people . . .  including the most important one of all — the manager.

Ratcliffe and his team seem to have  spoken to anyone able to set up Subbuteo.

And everyone they have spoken to believes they have got the job.

Read the full column from Neil Custis here

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