Manchester United full-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka has hinted that he could opt to represent Congo over England on the international stage after the defender changed his social media biography.
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Wan-Bissaka, 22, joined United last summer from domestic rivals Crystal Palace in a move which costs the Reds £49.5m as per TransferMarkt.
The talented young full-back has become best known for his defensive capabilities after a string of fine performances last season saw the full-back emerge as one of the league’s best defenders.
However, internationally, Wan-Bissaka has found himself fall down the pecking order after the emergence of the likes of Liverpool’s Trent Alexander-Arnold and Chelsea’s Reece James have meant manager Gareth Southgate has favoured both of Wan-Bissaka’s compatriots over the talented 22-year-old.
United’s full-back who has dual nationality with both England and Congo has featured for both country’s youth sides having represented England’s under-21s three times, England’s under-20s on two occasions and Congo’s under-20s once back in 2015.
Having failed to represent either country at senior level, the 22-year-old is still available to take his pick of which country he would prefer to play for.
It appears the United full-back has now made that decision after he recently removed the England flag from his social media bio.
Aaron Bissaka vient de supprimer le drapeau d’Angleterre ??????? et à laisser celui de la RD Congo??. Un bon signe pour les léopards? Sachant que l’arrière droit de Manchester United est passé par l’équipe U20 de la RDC. À suivre …@LaTeam243 pic.twitter.com/QU4gIYv4n7
— ???????? ?????? ?? (@actleopardsrdc) October 9, 2020