Third Manchester United player ‘will wave goodbye’ at Old Trafford after Newcastle clash

Aaron Wan-Bissaka is set to play his final game for Manchester United at Old Trafford (Getty)

Aaron Wan-Bissaka is set to wave goodbye to Manchester United supporters at Old Trafford after their Premier League clash against Newcastle United on Wednesday evening, according to reports.

The right-back, who joined United in a £45 million deal from Crystal Palace in 2019, still has a year remaining on his contract but is available for transfer this summer.

Palace have expressed an interest in re-signing Wan-Bissaka, while the defender has also attracted interest from Inter, who could be losing Denzel Dumfries.

According to The Sun, a T-shirt has already been printed in Wan-Bissaka’s honour which has an image of him lifting the Carabao Cup last season.

The report adds that Wan-Bissaka will join Raphael Varane and Anthony Martial in saying farewell to United fans in their final home game of the season on Wednesday night.

It’s also claimed that United would be prepared to accept bids of £20m for Wan-Bissaka as they will use the money for their squad rebuild this summer.

Raphael Varane will leave Manchester United when his contract expires this summer (Getty)

Meanwhile, both Varane and Martial will leave United when their contracts expire this summer.

On Tuesday, United confirmed Varane’s departure after three years at the club.

In a message to United fans, Varane said: ‘To you guys, supporters of Manchester United

‘It’s been an amazing few years to play for this special club and wearing that shirt. The first time I went to Old Trafford as a Manchester United player was insane; the atmosphere was amazing.

‘I fell in love with the club, with the fans. You have to play for Man United to understand what that represents. For my kids, it’s home here. It’s going to be a special place for me for life.

‘When the fans go to Wembley it’s something they remember for life. To share that moment with them [winning the Carabao Cup] was absolutely amazing.

‘Despite the fact we had a difficult season, I’m very positive for the future. The new owners are coming with a clear plan and a great strategy. I’ll see you at Old Trafford to say goodbye for the last game at home this season and it’s going to be a very emotional day for me, for sure.’

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