The arrival of Aaron Wan-Bissaka has cast a doubt on the future of Diogo Dalot at Manchester United but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has told the Portuguese he has a bright future at the club.
United bought Wan-Bissaka, 21, from Crystal Palace for a fee that could rise to £50million just a year after they paid Porto £19m to buy Dalot. Former Red Devils manager Jose Mourinho tipped Dalot to become the next right back at the club for the next 10 years and made making 17 starts and six substitute appearances last season.
Solskjaer revealed the plans he has for the two right-backs, "We're trying to build a squad that can have a long life. And with Diogo and Aaron, we have got two right-backs that will be very good players. Diogo can play right-wing and has probably gone from right-back to being able to play right wing. And Aaron has been right-wing that can play right-back.
"They can give us good options on the right and Ashley can play both sides, he's played in the World Cup last summer for England at left-back and he can push Luke and Aaron and Diogo, no bother."