Aaron Wan-Bissaka has had a fruitful season. His results slip shows he has outperformed some of his senior teammates at Old Trafford and this is considered a big plus for the team. He was also preparing for his England debut which has since been cut short following his back injury.
The Manchester United defender was to get his debut in the European Championship qualifiers by playing against Kosovo and Bulgaria but the injury did not allow him. Currently, the defender is in Manchester United for treatment, yet the training is underway.
Gareth Southgate, England Manager will not have a hard time looking for a replacement with Wan-Bissaka’s withdrawal. At his disposal is Atletico Madrid’s Kieran Trippier as well as Liverpool’s Trent Alexander-Arnold, both strong right-backs.
Wan-Bissaka made an expensive move from Crystal Palace this summer. Manchester United boss, Ole Gunnar, signed him up for £50 million to reinforce his defense; which we can say was definitely worth it.
Manchester United medical team is now examining the player’s health to determine if he is fit to play against Leicester on September 14th. There are also claims that the player could play before healing fully. This could be done with proper follow up between games.
On his part, the defender feels well settled at Old Trafford. He owes his prompt adjustment to mentors like Paul Pogba and Anthony Martial who help him during training. Wan-Bissaka expresses that the customized drills his teammates gave him are what helped him adjust to the team’s requirements.
The 21-year-old has had a great start despite Man United’s only one win in all four games. And speculations are that after recovery the lad will get better opportunities to shine. For now, as fans, all we can wish him is a speedy recovery.