Man Utd Signing Handed Six-Year Contract

Three-time European champions Manchester United are expected to unveil their second signing of this summer’s transfer window in the coming hours.

Manchester United have already agreed a £50 deal with fellow Premier League side Crystal Palace for the signing of young English right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka.

The player is already in Manchester for his medical ahead of his transfer.

According to The Sun, Aaron Wan-Bissaka has been given a six-year contract by Manchester United which represents the lengthiest contract in the history of the Red Devils.

The six-year deal given to Aaron Wan-Bissaka is worth £25m.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka was the lowest paid player in the first team at Crystal Palace with a salary of £10,000 on a weekly basis.

The 21-year-old will see his weekly wages soar to £80,000 at Manchester United.
Manchester United identified the right-back position as the area to strengthen this summer and they have moved to achieve that target with the move for Aaron Wan-Bissaka.

The young English defender excelled at Crystal Palace last season in what was his first season in the Premier League.

He made the most tackles in the Premier League last season (90) in his 35 appearances for the Eagles who finished in 13th position at the end of the league season.

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