Premier League giants Manchester United have embarked on the difficult task of luring two fullbacks away from fellow English top flight club Crystal Palace according to widespread reports emanating from the media in the United Kingdom.
The Red Devils are expected to strengthen their squad this summer in the fullback positions especially at right-back.
According to the publication from The Sun, Manchester United are plotting a £50m transfer for two fullbacks on the payroll of South London outfit Crystal Palace.
It was revealed that the Red Devils want to sign both Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Patrick Van Aanholt this summer.
Manchester United will definitely face a big resistance from the Eagles for two of their prized assets.
Patrick Van Aanholt has been a consistent performer at Crystal Palace since he joined the club from Sunderland in 2017.
The Dutch international was formerly on the payroll at Chelsea before he joined English League One side Sunderland permanently in 2014.
He has scored ten goals in 75 Premier League appearances for Crystal Palace since he signed for the club at the start of the last campaign.
Manchester United are expected to face the threat of several English clubs like Chelsea and Manchester City in their quest to sign Aaron Wan-Bissaka.