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Aaron Wan-Bissaka has been spotted at the Lowry Hotel as he prepares to join Man United

Aaron Wan-Bissaka arrives at Lowry Hotel for Manchester United medical ahead of his £50m move from Crystal Palace… with his entourage including Wilfried Zaha’s brother Herve

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Aaron Wan-Bissaka has been spotted at the Lowry Hotel for the first time as his £50million move to Manchester United edges ever closer.

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The Crystal Palace defender is set to seal an incredible 1000 per cent pay rise when he joins on an £80,000-a-week, five-year deal on Thursday, and he looked in high spirits after touching down in Manchester.

Wearing a white Gucci jumper, the 21-year-old flew north from Biggin Hill in Surrey alongside his entourage – which included his family and the brother of fellow Crystal Palace palace Wilfried Zaha, himself an ex-United player.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka has been spotted at the Lowry Hotel as he prepares to join Man United

Aaron Wan-Bissaka has been spotted at the Lowry Hotel as he prepares to join Man United

The Crystal Palace defender looked in high spirits and was flanked by his management team

The Crystal Palace defender looked in high spirits and was flanked by his management team

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The Crystal Palace defender looked in high spirits and was flanked by his management team

Wan-Bissaka is set to earn 1000 times his Palace wage when he signs an £80k-a-week deal

Wan-Bissaka is set to earn 1000 times his Palace wage when he signs an £80k-a-week deal

Wan-Bissaka is set to earn 1000 times his Palace wage when he signs an £80k-a-week deal

Herve Zaha is part of Wan-Bissaka’s management team, working as a football consultant for Unique Sports Management.

Negotiations between Palace and United for the Wan-Bissaka deal included a proposal from the Eagles to reduce or remove the 25 per cent sell-on clause that United secured when they sold Zaha back to the London club, but the clause remains unchanged.   

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Wan-Bissaka arrived in the North West on Wednesday afternoon, before travelling straight to his base at the Lowry Hotel with his family and management team.

From there, the defender was transported for his medical, while it is understood his family and team – including agent Will Salthouse – headed out for a meal at nearby San Carlo.

Wan-Bissaka was then spotted again as he arrived back at the Lowry shortly after 10pm, where he and his team celebrated his big-money move in the hotel bar.

Manchester United will pay £45m up front for the right back with a further £5m in conditional add-ons.

The Red Devils will now also move on to the rest of their summer targets, with funds in place to continue spending as they revitalise the squad.

The defender (circled) pictured wearing a Manchester United shirt during his childhood days
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The defender (circled) pictured wearing a Manchester United shirt during his childhood days

The defender (circled) pictured wearing a Manchester United shirt during his childhood days

The talented Wan-Bissaka scooped three gongs at Palace's End of Season Awards night in May

The talented Wan-Bissaka scooped three gongs at Palace's End of Season Awards night in May

The talented Wan-Bissaka scooped three gongs at Palace’s End of Season Awards night in May

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