Aaron Wan-Bissaka has completed his move from Crystal Palace to Manchester United, becoming the club’s fourth-most expensive signing ever.
Wan-Bissaka completed his medical at the club’s Carrington training ground late on Thursday and becomes their second signing of the summer.
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side will pay €55m for the England under-21 international, who signs a five-year deal with an option for a further year.
The Croydon-born defender came through the youth ranks at Palace but only really burst on to the scene last season under Roy Hodgson.
Despite being just a year into his Premier League career though, Wan-Bissaka is already considered one of the division’s best full-backs, topping last season’s stats for most tackles won, most interceptions, and most clearances.
He joins Dan James as United’s new recruits at Solskjaer looks to reinvent the club after two years of middling campaigns.