A man who joined the Red Devils in a big-money deal at some stage in the summer of 2019 believes foundations are being laid on which to build future success.
Harry Maguire is “doing a super job” as
Manchester United captain, says Aaron Wan-Bissaka, with the Red Devils’ protecting unit offering lots of motive for optimism as a collective.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side have not always been watertight, with the unusual leak having sprung at premature intervals.
Plugs have been found over current weeks, with eight clean sheets taken from the Red Devils’ final 10 fixtures .
Maguire has grow to be the on-field chief that United hoped he would be when investing a record-breaking £80 million ($104m) in his talent at some point of the summer of 2019.
The England international is regarded to be doing a high-quality job given that inheriting the armband from Ashley Young , with Wan-Bissaka telling United Review : “The captain has one fundamental job: be a chief for the team.
“Harry’s stepped in to do that position due to the fact that’s what he’s good at and he’s doing a superb job.”
Wan-Bissaka was another big-money addition for United in the identical window as Maguire and has additionally slotted seamlessly into the fold at Old Trafford.
The 22-year-old right-back is earning lots of plaudits as an individual, however he is inspired by how the Red Devils’ back line are performing as a group.
He added: “I’d say the partnerships between us have accelerated and we’ve been developing together. You can see it in the clean sheets.
“That’s usually the most important aim: to get the clean sheet, then the team can get the win.
“I think it’s down to higher communication.
Sometimes the formation changes, so we’ve been getting used to both five at the back and 4 at the back, and the verbal exchange has helped.
“I don’t have a preference [between the two defensive systems]. The 5 at the back allows me to get ahead more at instances in the course of the game.”
Further value was found by United in the transfer market for the duration of January, with Bruno Fernandes proving to be a clever addition as some other creative impact in the center of the park .
Wan-Bissaka stated of the Portugal international: “He’s added a lot. You can see that he’s added goals, assists… you can see how everyone performs round him when he’s on the pitch.
“He’s confident, he wants to play forward, create chances. He’s sharp, quick, challenging to mark.
“You can see that he lifts everyone. Him being on the ball makes sure that others make runs due to the fact they understand he’s capable of giving them that ball.”