A quick Google search for ‘Aaron Wan-Bissaka interview’ and limited results show up in the search engine. The most recent media appearance of him appears to be from January 2021 with MUTV and even in that footage, it doesn’t really say much.

Wan-Bissaka is deliberately keeping a low profile but it would be a surprise if he didn’t have something to say about his final years at Old Trafford, which have seen him lose his starting job in what has been the most difficult period of his career. career.

Although the 25-year-old could eventually set the record straight and give his side of the story in the future, he is currently letting his football speak for itself. That has been by design and supporters have been impressed by the revival of it.

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Wan-Bissaka has enjoyed a change of fortune in recent months and is trying to prove those who doubted him wrong. His days at the club seemed numbered and yet he has fought admirably for his future at Old Trafford.

The right-back was told he could leave United at the end of last season and when he replaced Diogo Dalot against Liverpool in August for a late-match cameo appearance, he set foot on the Old Trafford pitch for the first time in 177 days.

He played just 200 minutes in front of a home crowd throughout 2022, and yet made a rare start against Burnley in the League Cup towards the end of the year, an opportunity he made the most of.

The first team was severely weakened for that restart match in December after the World Cup and Wan-Bissaka benefited from Dalot, who had played in Qatar, was absent through injury but still had to perform when selected. .


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