From posing with the No 29 shirt to taking a tour of the club’s trophy room, leaked video of Aaron Wan-Bissaka’s first day at Man United emerges (and he hasn’t even been announced yet)
- Aaron Wan-Bissaka is on the brink of sealing a £50m move to Manchester United
- A video has been leaked online of Wan-Bissaka behind the scenes at United
- The English right-back has visited United’s training ground ahead of the move
- The 21-year-old had his family and his agent, Wilfried Zaha’s brother, with him
Manchester United fans have been given a buzz after a video leaked online of Aaron Wan-Bissaka visiting their training ground ahead of his big-money move.
The Crystal Palace right-back is on the brink of sealing a huge £50million transfer on £80,000-per-week to the Premier League giants after a breakthrough season at Selhurst Park.
And the official news seems just moments away after a video emerged online of Wan-Bissaka taking a tour around the state-of-the-art Carrington training base alongside his family and agent, Wiflried Zaha’s brother, Herve.
A video has emerged online of Aaron Wan-Bissaka behind the scenes at Manchester United
Wan-Bissaka and his entourage travel to United’s Carrington training base to finalise the move
The highly-talented English defender will wear the No 29 shirt at Old Trafford next season
In the social media video, the 21-year-old and his entourage can be seen travelling to the training ground while being chauffeur-driven.
Afterwards, the highly-talented English defender takes a sneak peak at the club’s historic trophy room.
Wan-Bissaka and his family then enjoy a tour of the changing rooms before walking around the outdoor pitches in sunny Manchester as their dream turned into reality.
Near the end of the short video, the United-bound youngster is seen signing his new bumper contract while surrounded by his delighted entourage.
Finally, the video finishes off with some revealing news as he shows off his new No 29 United shirt, the same number he wore at Selhurst Park for Palace.
The 21-year-old takes a sneak peak at United’s historic trophy room during his visit
The Crystal Palace defender’s family watched their son’s dream turn into reality
The entourage also walked around the outdoor pitches as well as visiting the dressing rooms
It has been a whirlwind journey for Wan-Bissaka over the past season as he emerged as one of the hottest English talents around.
He featured 35 times for Palace last season under Roy Hodgson, creating three assists and helping to keep 12 clean sheets.
United will pay £45m up front for the right back with a further £5m in conditional add-ons.
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.
The youngster is seen signing his bumper contract at United at the club’s training facilities
Wan-Bissaka’s entourage pose for a photo alongside him as he officially signs the contract