West Ham is interested in loaning out a Manchester United star As of January.
The January transfer window presents West Ham United with the opportunity to acquire Aaron Wan-Bissaka from Manchester United.
Erik ten Hag has treated the former Crystal Palace starlet as a minor player. Under the Dutchman, the team played for just four minutes. First-choice for the right-back position is unquestionably Diogo Dalot.
Despite this, the Londoner did take part in the current exhibition game against Cadiz. Due to the possibility that the team might want to sign a new right-back in January, ten Hag does not have him in his plans. Jeremie Frimpong of Bayer Leverkusen is a target for them.
Wan-Bissaka is reportedly interested in a loan deal with West Ham, according to The Manchester Evening News.
Right-back duties have been split among Thilo Kehrer, Ben Johnson, and Vladimir Coufal this year under David Moyes. West Ham and Wan-agents, Bissaka’s Unique Sports Management, is said to collaborate closely.
After Cristiano Ronaldo left, United will concentrate on acquiring a new forward. Last month, his contract ended with his consent.
Ten Hag’s first choice to bolster United’s attack is PSV Eindhoven star Cody Gakpo. He is said to have informed his fellow Dutchman that he is his top choice to succeed Ronaldo at Old Trafford.
Gakpo’s PSV manager, the legendary Ruud van Nistelrooy, is fighting tooth and nail to keep hold of the player through the remainder of the campaign. On Saturday, he admitted that a January departure is now likely.
“I love how he presented himself. I enjoyed watching him in Qatar. Due to how he has conducted himself, continued to work, and demonstrated his abilities, he deserves this.
“I’m glad I could assist him from here. When that time comes, I’ll give him his route.
“If I had a choice, I would choose the summer, but it could also be now.” You know there will come a time when you won’t be able to refuse.”