Manchester United new boy Aaron Wan-Bissaka has revealed he wants to come out with the most tackles in the games he is in.
The right-back has started the season impressively, having joined from Crystal Palace during the summer transfer window.
Speaking ahead of United’s clash with former club Crystal Palace, Wan-Bissaka told the Mail: “I love tackles, man. I want to come out with the most tackles from each game; that’s my aim.
“I’m not really happy when I come out of a game without many tackles. At the same time, when I look back at it, it doesn’t mean anything negative, necessarily-it might mean that the winger’s not confident to keep on coming at me, for me to have the chance to tackle him.
Wingers Hate It
“Wingers hate it. When I was a winger, I hated being tackled! When I attempted to beat a player and he slide-tackled me, I’d just think: I don’t want to go down there again and change the route, change my play, you know?”
Wan-Bissaka has started both of Man United’s opening Premier League games against Chelsea and Wolves and was particularly impressive against Nuno Espírito Santo’s side, making several brilliant tackles.
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