Tuesday, February 27, 2024

Manchester United Extend Aaron Wan-Bissaka Contract

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Manchester United have extended Aaron Wan-Bissaka’s contract, MySportDab reports.

Wan-Bissaka Victor Lindelof, Hannibal Mejbri, Raphael Varane, and Anthony Martial had six months remaining on their Man United contract.

All the players were free to enter into contract talks with other clubs this January pending when the club will trigger their extension clause.

It has been three years since Anthony Martial played full 90 minutes for Manchester United, hence his Man United future was in the balance as he edge close to the end of his contract.

Raphael Varane, who played a key role in Manchester United’s resurgence under Erik ten Hag last season, suddenly fell off the pecking order following his injury.

We reported earlier Manchester United have refused to trigger Varane’s extension clause, leaving the player free to talk to potential new suitors or leave on a free transfer at the end of the season.

Wan-Bissaka, Victor Lindelof, and Hannibal are on the opposite end of the spectrum as United are set to extend their contracts.

As per Mail Sports, Manchester United given the nod to one of the three. They have triggered the contract of Aaron Wan-Bissaka as they hope to buy time and negotiate a new deal with the player.

Wan-Bissaka has been one of Erik ten Hag’s reliable full-backs, known for solid and strong display at the defense for the Red Devils.

He has started Manchester United’s last 3 Premier League games and has been tipped to play a big role in Erik ten Hag’s Man United lineup.

With the contract extension, the former England U-21 star will continue with his game until 2025 while hoping to settle for a fresh deal before then.

United are also set to trigger extension clause for Hannibal Mejbri and Victor Lindelof as well.

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