Defender Diogo Dalot is fighting for his Manchester United future less than two years after joining the club from Porto.
Dalot’s tenure at United has been hampered by injuries and the performance of Wan-Bissaka who joined the club in the summer from Crystal Palace hasn’t helped his situation.
The right-back was signed by Jose Mourinho from Porto for a fee of £19million in 2018 but has failed to cement his place despite his ability to play in a number of positions for the club.
The Sun reports that United are now willing to listen to offers for the Portuguese full-back after just making four Premier League starts this season with 10 appearances in all competitions: his only goal coming in the 6-0 victory over Tranmere in the FA Cup fourth round.
His outing is a contrast with Wan-Bissaka who has played 34 times in his first season managing two assists; the club already planning a summer overhaul where a defender is being muted as a priority for manager Ole Gunnar-Solskjaer.
To get new players, the Norwegian must sell some players with Dalot believed to be in the list of players the club will be willing to offer to other clubs with the 21-year-old valued by United at around £30m.