London club Crystal Palace have identified the replacement for Manchester United defender Aaron Wan-Bissaka according to the publication from the stables of Football Fancast.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka left Crystal Palace to join Manchester United in the summer but the Eagles are yet to replace the English right-back.
Crystal Palace received around £50m for the transfer of Aaron Wan-Bissaka who was their first choice right-back throughout the last campaign.
Joel Ward played second fiddle to Aaron Wan-Bissaka at right-back throughout last season and he has been promoted to first-choice this season in the absence of the new Manchester United signing.
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The Crystal Palace defender sustained a groin injury in the last league game, a 2-0 away defeat in the London Derby clash with Chelsea, and that has left the Eagles short in that area.
Utility defender Martin Kelly can play as a right-back, left-back and as a center-back thus making him the only cover for Joel Ward at Crystal Palace at the moment.
Crystal Palace are in the market for a new right-back and they have identified Nottingham Forest defender Matty Cash as the man for the job though fellow Premier sides Southampton and Everton are also interested in him as confirmed by the aforementioned report.