According to sources, Aaron Wan-Bissaka’s contract has been extended by 12 months by Manchester United.
Late last month, the Red Devils chose to lock centre-back Victor Lindelof down until 2025. The team has been busy deciding what to do with its extension provisions.
Wan-Bissaka’s previous contract was set to expire after the season, but it now has 18 months remaining, as first reported by the Daily Mail. It appears that United has now done the same with the right-back.
Talks on a whole new contract are reportedly being discussed between the Red Devils and Wan-Bissaka, who has made 15 appearances across all competitions this season and may soon be eligible for a raise from his present £90,000 weekly salary.
Two other United players whose prospects seem to be gone from Old Trafford are centre-back Raphael Varane and forward Anthony Martial, while Lindelof and Wan-Bissaka are expected to remain at United this summer.