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Saudi Pro League side Al-Nassr are reportedly preparing to lodge a bid for Manchester United fullback Aaron Wan-Bissaka. The defender recently saw the one-year option in his contract activated, though a sale was not anticipated this month.

United have made a shaky start to the season, winning just 10 of their opening 21 league matches to heap the pressure on Erik ten Hag. The Dutchman has been heavily tipped to be one of the first on the chopping block following the arrival of Sir Jim Ratcliffe, with a significant reshuffle anticipated.

The INEOS owner is keen to address United’s transfer woes upon his arrival, with a focus on acquiring players for their true price tag rather than forking out inflated fees. The Red Devils are also expected to cut the squad of their fringe players to raise funds and create space for new arrivals.

However, United face a tough decision due to the emerging interest in Wan-Bissaka. According to The Telegraph, Saudi side Al-Nassr are preparing a bid for the defender this month having identified the ex-Crystal Palace as one of their top full-back targets.

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