Wan Bissaka completed the transfer to Old Trafford from Crystal Palace last June, after an awe-inspiring final campaign at Selhurst Park.

Wan-Bissaka the “best one Vs. one defender in the world

Luke Shaw called Aaron Wan-Bissaka as the “best one-v-one defender in the world,”. While supporting his colleague to win the Manchester United’s Player of the Year Award for 2019-20. Wan Bissaka completed the transfer to Old Trafford from Crystal Palace last June, after an awe-inspiring final campaign at Selhurst Park. The 22-year-old has established himself as one of the most consistent performers in the Premier League during his two-year communication with the Eagles and was able to transfer that form to one of the largest clubs in the world. Wan Bissaka was one of the first names on the team list of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer throughout the season, racking up a total of 34 appearances in all competitions.

He’s an “Excellent signing”

The English right-back helped United to transform into a solid defensive outfit once again after several years of mediocrity. So Shaw thinks that he has already mastered the art of stopping attacking players in their tracks. Shaw won United’s in-house award for best performer in the club last term, and believes that Wan Bissaka deserves praise this time after he turns out to be an “excellent signing.” “I can’t look past Aaron Van Bissaka. For me, he was the most consistent player this season,” the 24-year-old admitted. “If you look back at all the matches we performed, I can only remember one fault, for the penalty at Watford, and that has been it.

Weighty eight

“He has been a weighty eight out of ten in every other appearance he plays, never puts his foot wrong, puts his foot in the right position every time and, for me, he is the best defender one-v-one in the world. No one can pass him, and he really improved that side of his game and his attacking side too. He signed up excellently for us, so I have to see him there. “Shaw did, however, admitted that Marcus Rashford would probably have won the prize if his back injury hadn’t reduced his progress in January, and also left special praise Fred and Harry Maguire for their respective contributions.” If Marcus Rashford has been fit for the whole campaign and did not get his wound, I think he would have won without uncertainly whatsoever,” Luke added.

Harry Maguire has been huge

“Marcus would be pushing for the best player of the season throughout the league because he was so good. He was on fire at times and gave the whole squad a massive enhance.” It was the best and most confident that I’ve seen him, so he is, indeed, a contender”. After that, it becomes difficult because so many players were outstanding in parts, but I have to say that Fred would be up there. Everyone knows that when you arrive at a club as big as United, it’s not always easy to get started and be a player that you can be right away. “He’s adjusted to the Premier League this season, his class shone, and he was a bright light for us.

Better to see after he had his doubts outside the club. Fred believed in himself and had a high season. “Besides these two, I think Harry Maguire has been huge.”