According to the BBC, Wan-Bissaka transferred from Crystal Palace to Manchester United in 2019 for a reported sum of about £50 million.
Since joining Manchester United, the former Palace player has battled to regain his form, frequently splitting time with Diogo Dalot.
Wan-Bissaka may be on his way out if Erik ten Hag looks to sign another right-back this summer, and according to Sky Sports, Crystal Palace are interested in bringing their former star back to Selhurst Park.
A return to Palace, where the 24-year-old played some of his finest games, may resurrect his career.
Moving away from Manchester United is arguably the best course of action for Wan-Bissaka if he is to have any chance of making the England team in the near future.
Players frequently find it difficult to handle the demands of playing for such a large club. Wilfried Zaha, a player for Palace, had a similar experience when he joined Manchester United and struggled. He eventually returned to the Palace and has since performed admirably.
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