Manchester United makes big Aaron Wan-Bissaka calls! Red Devils triggers a one-year extension on the defender’s contract amid uncertainty surrounding his future
After Victor Lindelof, Manchester United, has now triggered a one-year extension clause in Aaron Wan-Bissaka’s contract.
- Manchester United triggers a one-year extension
- Earlier extended Lindelof’s contract
- Play first match of 2024 against Wigan in FA Cup
Manchester United triggers a one-year extension
The English defender, whose contract was set to expire in June 2024, will now stay at Old Trafford for one more year as United has triggered the extension clause in his contract, according to The Athletic This comes just days after the club, triggered a similar clause on Victor Lindelof’s deal.
Earlier extended Lindelof’s contract
Four other Red Devils stars (Manchester United)- Anthony Martial, Tom Heaton, Jonny Evans, and Hannibal Mejbri – are in the final six months of their respective contracts. While the club are yet to make a call on Heaton, Evans, and Mejbri’s futures, they have reportedly decided not to extend Martial’s stay.
Play first match of 2024 against Wigan in FA Cup