Aaron Wan-Bissaka opens up on his struggles at Man United

Aaron Wan-Bissaka lifts lid on his struggling days at Manchester United.

The 25-year-old defender became a second choice to Diogo Dalot since Erik ten Hag took over the managerial role last summer.

He spent three months on the sidelines and hardly played a single game before the Qatar World Cup in November.

But his resurgence afterR the tournament saw him take over as Ten Hag’s first choice right back in the second half of the season.

Wan-Bissaka is considered one of the best defenders in the Premier League had to work on his attacking output to impress Ten Hag and earn his place in the squad.

“You have that feeling, but for me, I always have that faith in myself to get myself out of situations like that,” Wan-Bissaka said. “I had my head screwed on and I was ready to do what it takes.

“It was a hard time and the only thing you can do during a hard time is keep working. I got my head down and then got the chance and was able to help the team.

“You can just sit there and complain about it and not care, or you can actually try and I thought the best way was for me to try.”


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