Palace have turned down Uniteds opening offer of around £40million for Wan-Bissaka, 21, and the Red Devils are already planning their next bid which will be in the region on £50m.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is pleading with United to move closer to Palaces £60m asking price as hes confident the young right-back has the ability to take over as Antonio Valencias replacement for the next decade.
Diogo Dalot, who completed a £19m move from Porto to United last summer, is yet to win Solskjaers trust, hence the continued and intense interest in Wan-Bissaka.
According to The Sun, Wan-Bissaka has been left frustrated by Uniteds rejected bid and has told Palace that hes desperate to secure a dream move to Old Trafford.
However, the England Under-21 international is yet to issue a formal transfer request at Selhurst Park.
While the Eagles are unlikely to budge on their £60m valuation for Wan-Bissaka, Roy Hodgson is scouring the market for possible replacements in the event of a deal being agreed with United.
Norwichs Max Aarons, who is also being monitored by Tottenham, RB Leipzig and – interestingly – United is firmly on Palaces radar.
Palace legend John Salako has urged Wan-Bissaka to avoid making the same mistake as Wilfried Zaha by joining United too early in his career.
Hes got the world at his feet. But my only concern is that we had Wilfried Zaha leave at a young age and he didnt cope, Salako told Love Sport Drive.
He wasnt mature enough and didnt really settle in at Man United. He ended up coming back and has had the best spell of his career since he came back.
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