£50 million star ‘is open’ to completing transfer move to West Ham
Aaron Wan-Bissaka is open to signing for West Ham permanently, according to Gabby Agbonlahor.
Wan-Bassika joined Man United for a fee of £50 million three years ago after making a real name for himself in the Premier League – but he has not yet been able to become the signing that the club had hoped for
It was suggested in the summer that West Ham were keen to take him to London Stadium on loan or on a more permanent basis – as David Moyes wanted a bit more cover for that area of the pitch
Wan-Bissaka remained with Man United in the end though, after new boss Erik Ten Hag failed to sign a replacement – but it seems that he is no longer in the plans of the former Ajax boss.
Asked whether a permanent move to the London Stadium could be on the cards, Agbonlahor told Football Insider: “It all depends on West Ham.
“With Wan-Bissaka, everyone knows what sort of defender he is so what sort of defender do West Ham want?
“Do they want a defender who is no-nonsense and nobody beats? Or, do they want a defender with quality who can get balls into Scamacca and the attacking players?
“That’s what you’ve got to decide when you’re looking at Wan-Bissaka and that’s what West Ham have got to decide.
“I’m sure that he will be looking at more of a permanent move because he just hasn’t had a sniff at Man United.”
Look – Bassika needs to get out of Manchester as quick as he possibly can and West Ham could be a very good move for him to make that is for sure