Ole Gunnar solskjaer is about to repeat a transfer plan that helped Luke Shaw revive back his career by signing a player that could do what Alex Telles did one year ago but this time round in favor of Aaron Wan Bissaka.Will The Signing Of Kieran Tripier Trigger Development Of Aaron Wan Bissaka?
Sometimes players needs another player with an equivalent ability ￼in their position in order to thrive and shine.This was evidently proven inside Manchester United last season when Manager Solskjaer brought in Alex Telles at left back to boost the position as well as give proper competition to Luke Shaw.Things worked perfectly for Solskjaer, as Luke Shaw has now risen above expectations and he is currently one of the best left backs in Europe.Former Tottenham and Burnley right back Kieran Tripier is on Manchester United's radar this season.The star has agreed on a switch to the twenty times premier league champions in a fee of around £18 million from Athletico Madrid of Spain.
This will be as a result of Aaron Wan Bissaka's failure to fully convince his manager.Tripier has a better crossing of the ball than Aaron Wan Bissaka, a Better experience and technical elegance.
Things might be harder to Bissaka after final Deal is announced by the club concerning Solskjaer's first choice wing back heading to the new season.However Bissaka has a great work rate and this Signing can eventually help him take his career to the next world class level.
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